Early College

Ƶ and area high schools have partnered together to provide students with the option of earning college credit or dual credit while in high school. Regardless of your location or schedule you can access numerous college courses as an early college student.

College courses are offered in a variety of formats: online, televised, lecture, lab, or a combination. Students can participate at the high school with an approved instructor or at Ƶ campus or center locations. Discounted tuition for all Nebraska high school and home school students is available. For more information visit early college costs.

Prior to registration, students may need to complete an assessment, as some courses require specific test scores. High school students wanting to take advantage of early college will also need to create an account. For information and assistance contact your school counselor or Ƶ representative.

Many early college courses taken at Ƶ can be applied towards programs at Ƶ or transferred to other two-and-four year colleges and universities. For more information see our transfer page. 

Advantages to earning Ƶ credit while in high school

  • Get an early start on your college education.
  • Explore career options.
  • Enhance your personal or high school achievements.
  • Take classes in your own community.
  • Be better-prepared to transition from high school to college or a career.
  • Credit can apply directly towards a degree at Ƶ or may transfer to another college or university.

Find Your High School

 

Adams Central

High school juniors and seniors, who are at least 16 years old, can enroll in college courses through Ƶ.

Early College Opportunities

General Education and Career Pathway courses allow juniors and seniors the opportunity to take college courses while still in high school. Students who complete the course will earn college credit and may receive high school credit. 

Students can choose from a variety of college courses which could lead to a college certificate, diploma, degree, or for transfer to another college. Ƶ currently features 13 Career Pathways. For a list of programs visit Career Pathways.

College classes are available online, televised, lecture, lab, or face-to-face instruction either in the high school or at Ƶ locations. 

Ƶ tuition applies to college courses, visit college cost for a list of tuition and fees. Tuition assistance may be available, check with your school counselor. Discounted tuition for all Nebraska high school and home school students is available. For more information visit early college costs.

Steps To Get Started

1. Create an Account

Before enrolling in Early College courses, students will first need to complete an online profile. To start, click .

2. Early College Registration

Students will complete an ‘Early College Registration’ form before enrolling in college courses. Ƶ Community and Workforce Education (CWE) staff or your school counselor can assist with the registration process.

3. Search for Classes

Students can participate at the high school with an approved instructor or at Ƶ campus or center locations. Students need to contact their school counselor for sections offered at their school. We welcome participation from all Nebraska high school and home school students. For class availability visit .

4. Assessment Scores

If a student is taking a MATH, CHEM or PHYS course, they may need to sign a waiver. For details visit Placement Waiver.

5. WebCentral Login

Need help logging in or resetting a password? Visit .

6. Early College Resources

To assist with important details visit Student/Parent Resources.

Contact:

Adams Central High School

Career Pathways and General Education Contact:
Becky Fisher
Counselor
402-463-3285 (main office)

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Jason Davis
Associate Dean of CWE
402-461-2430

Sandy Samuelson
CWE Regional Director
402-461-2529

Jamey Peterson-Jones
Early College Director
308-398-7581 

Alma

High school juniors and seniors, who are at least 16 years old, can enroll in college courses through Ƶ.

Early College Opportunities

General Education and Career Pathway courses allow juniors and seniors the opportunity to take college courses while still in high school. Students who complete the course will earn college credit and may receive high school credit. 

Students can choose from a variety of college courses which could lead to a college certificate, diploma, degree, or for transfer to another college. Ƶ currently features 13 Career Pathways. For a list of programs visit Career Pathways.

College classes are available online, televised, lecture, lab, or face-to-face instruction either in the high school or at Ƶ locations. 

Ƶ tuition applies to college courses, visit college cost for a list of tuition and fees. Tuition assistance may be available, check with your school counselor. Discounted tuition for all Nebraska high school and home school students is available. For more information visit early college costs.

Steps To Get Started

1. Create an Account

Before enrolling in Early College courses, students will first need to complete an online profile. To start, click .

2. Early College Registration

Students will complete an ‘Early College Registration’ form before enrolling in college courses. Ƶ Community and Workforce Education (CWE) staff or your school counselor can assist with the registration process.

3. Search for Classes

Students can participate at the high school with an approved instructor or at Ƶ campus or center locations. Students need to contact their school counselor for sections offered at their school. We welcome participation from all Nebraska high school and home school students. For class availability visit .

4. Assessment Scores

If a student is taking a MATH, CHEM or PHYS course, they may need to sign a waiver. For details visit Placement Waiver.

5. WebCentral Login

Need help logging in or resetting a password? Visit .

6. Early College Resources

To assist with important details visit Student/Parent Resources.

Contact:

Alma High School

Career Pathways and General Education Contact:
Brittney Biskup
Counselor
308-928-2131 (main office)

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Diana Watson
Regional Director / International Studies Coordinator
308-338-4070

Jamey Peterson-Jones
Early College Director
308-398-7581

Amherst

High school juniors and seniors, who are at least 16 years old, can enroll in college courses through Ƶ.

Early College Opportunities

General Education and Career Pathway courses allow juniors and seniors the opportunity to take college courses while still in high school. Students who complete the course will earn college credit and may receive high school credit. 

Students can choose from a variety of college courses which could lead to a college certificate, diploma, degree, or for transfer to another college. Ƶ currently features 13 Career Pathways. For a list of programs visit Career Pathways.

College classes are available online, televised, lecture, lab, or face-to-face instruction either in the high school or at Ƶ locations. 

Ƶ tuition applies to college courses, visit college cost for a list of tuition and fees. Tuition assistance may be available, check with your school counselor. Discounted tuition for all Nebraska high school and home school students is available. For more information visit early college costs.

Steps To Get Started

1. Create an Account

Before enrolling in Early College courses, students will first need to complete an online profile. To start, click .

2. Early College Registration

Students will complete an ‘Early College Registration’ form before enrolling in college courses. Ƶ Community and Workforce Education (CWE) staff or your school counselor can assist with the registration process.

3. Search for Classes

Students can participate at the high school with an approved instructor or at Ƶ campus or center locations. Students need to contact their school counselor for sections offered at their school. We welcome participation from all Nebraska high school and home school students. For class availability visit .

4. Assessment Scores

If a student is taking a MATH, CHEM or PHYS course, they may need to sign a waiver. For details visit Placement Waiver.

5. WebCentral Login

Need help logging in or resetting a password? Visit .

6. Early College Resources

To assist with important details visit Student/Parent Resources.

Contact:

Amherst High School

Career Pathways and General Education Contact:
Bobbi Sorenson
Counselor
308-826-3131 (main office)

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Dan Gettinger
Associate Dean of CWE
308-338-4011

Ruth Kirkland
Early College/Health Programming Coordinator
308-338-4036

Jamey Peterson-Jones
Early College Director
308-398-7581

Arapahoe

High school juniors and seniors, who are at least 16 years old, can enroll in college courses through Ƶ.

Early College Opportunities

General Education and Career Pathway courses allow juniors and seniors the opportunity to take college courses while still in high school. Students who complete the course will earn college credit and may receive high school credit. 

Students can choose from a variety of college courses which could lead to a college certificate, diploma, degree, or for transfer to another college. Ƶ currently features 13 Career Pathways. For a list of programs visit Career Pathways.

College classes are available online, televised, lecture, lab, or face-to-face instruction either in the high school or at Ƶ locations. 

Ƶ tuition applies to college courses, visit college cost for a list of tuition and fees. Tuition assistance may be available, check with your school counselor. Discounted tuition for all Nebraska high school and home school students is available. For more information visit early college costs.

Steps To Get Started

1. Create an Account

Before enrolling in Early College courses, students will first need to complete an online profile. To start, click .

2. Early College Registration

Students will complete an ‘Early College Registration’ form before enrolling in college courses. Ƶ Community and Workforce Education (CWE) staff or your school counselor can assist with the registration process.

3. Search for Classes

Students can participate at the high school with an approved instructor or at Ƶ campus or center locations. Students need to contact their school counselor for sections offered at their school. We welcome participation from all Nebraska high school and home school students. For class availability visit .

4. Assessment Scores

If a student is taking a MATH, CHEM or PHYS course, they may need to sign a waiver. For details visit Placement Waiver.

5. WebCentral Login

Need help logging in or resetting a password? Visit .

6. Early College Resources

To assist with important details visit Student/Parent Resources.

Contact:

Arapahoe High School

Career Pathways and General Education Contact:
Pam Breinig
Counselor

LeAndra Monie
Counselor
308-962-5458 (main office)

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Diana Watson
Regional Director / International Studies Coordinator
308-338-4070

Jamey Peterson-Jones
Early College Director
308-398-7581

Arcadia

High school juniors and seniors, who are at least 16 years old, can enroll in college courses through Ƶ.

Early College Opportunities

General Education and Career Pathway courses allow juniors and seniors the opportunity to take college courses while still in high school. Students who complete the course will earn college credit and may receive high school credit. 

Students can choose from a variety of college courses which could lead to a college certificate, diploma, degree, or for transfer to another college. Ƶ currently features 13 Career Pathways. For a list of programs visit Career Pathways.

College classes are available online, televised, lecture, lab, or face-to-face instruction either in the high school or at Ƶ locations. 

Ƶ tuition applies to college courses, visit college cost for a list of tuition and fees. Tuition assistance may be available, check with your school counselor. Discounted tuition for all Nebraska high school and home school students is available. For more information visit early college costs.

Steps To Get Started

1. Create an Account

Before enrolling in Early College courses, students will first need to complete an online profile. To start, click .

2. Early College Registration

Students will complete an ‘Early College Registration’ form before enrolling in college courses. Ƶ Community and Workforce Education (CWE) staff or your school counselor can assist with the registration process.

3. Search for Classes

Students can participate at the high school with an approved instructor or at Ƶ campus or center locations. Students need to contact their school counselor for sections offered at their school. We welcome participation from all Nebraska high school and home school students. For class availability visit .

4. Assessment Scores

If a student is taking a MATH, CHEM or PHYS course, they may need to sign a waiver. For details visit Placement Waiver.

5. WebCentral Login

Need help logging in or resetting a password? Visit .

6. Early College Resources

To assist with important details visit Student/Parent Resources.

Contact:

Arcadia High School

Career Pathways and General Education Contact:
Mindy Conner
Counselor
308-789-6522 (main office)

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Karin Rieger
Associate Dean of CWE
402-398-7581

Crystal Ramm
Regional Director of CWE
308-728-3299

Jamey Peterson-Jones
Early College Director
308-398-7581

Aurora

High school juniors and seniors, who are at least 16 years old, can enroll in college courses through Ƶ.

Early College Opportunities

General Education and Career Pathway courses allow juniors and seniors the opportunity to take college courses while still in high school. Students who complete the course will earn college credit and may receive high school credit. 

Students can choose from a variety of college courses which could lead to a college certificate, diploma, degree, or for transfer to another college. Ƶ currently features 13 Career Pathways. For a list of programs visit Career Pathways.

College classes are available online, televised, lecture, lab, or face-to-face instruction either in the high school or at Ƶ locations. 

Ƶ tuition applies to college courses, visit college cost for a list of tuition and fees. Tuition assistance may be available, check with your school counselor. Discounted tuition for all Nebraska high school and home school students is available. For more information visit early college costs.

Steps To Get Started

1. Create an Account

Before enrolling in Early College courses, students will first need to complete an online profile. To start, click .

2. Early College Registration

Students will complete an ‘Early College Registration’ form before enrolling in college courses. Ƶ Community and Workforce Education (CWE) staff or your school counselor can assist with the registration process.

3. Search for Classes

Students can participate at the high school with an approved instructor or at Ƶ campus or center locations. Students need to contact their school counselor for sections offered at their school. We welcome participation from all Nebraska high school and home school students. For class availability visit .

4. Assessment Scores

If a student is taking a MATH, CHEM or PHYS course, they may need to sign a waiver. For details visit Placement Waiver.

5. WebCentral Login

Need help logging in or resetting a password? Visit .

6. Early College Resources

To assist with important details visit Student/Parent Resources.

Contact:

Aurora High School

Career Pathways and General Education Contact:
Jacob Willems
Counselor

Barb Bonifas
Counselor
402-694-6968 (main office)

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Jerry Dunn
Regional Director of CWE
308-398-7447

Jamey Peterson-Jones
Early College Director
308-398-7581

Axtell

High school juniors and seniors, who are at least 16 years old, can enroll in college courses through Ƶ.

Early College Opportunities

General Education and Career Pathway courses allow juniors and seniors the opportunity to take college courses while still in high school. Students who complete the course will earn college credit and may receive high school credit. 

Students can choose from a variety of college courses which could lead to a college certificate, diploma, degree, or for transfer to another college. Ƶ currently features 13 Career Pathways. For a list of programs visit Career Pathways.

College classes are available online, televised, lecture, lab, or face-to-face instruction either in the high school or at Ƶ locations. 

Ƶ tuition applies to college courses, visit college cost for a list of tuition and fees. Tuition assistance may be available, check with your school counselor. Discounted tuition for all Nebraska high school and home school students is available. For more information visit early college costs.

Steps To Get Started

1. Create an Account

Before enrolling in Early College courses, students will first need to complete an online profile. To start, click .

2. Early College Registration

Students will complete an ‘Early College Registration’ form before enrolling in college courses. Ƶ Community and Workforce Education (CWE) staff or your school counselor can assist with the registration process.

3. Search for Classes

Students can participate at the high school with an approved instructor or at Ƶ campus or center locations. Students need to contact their school counselor for sections offered at their school. We welcome participation from all Nebraska high school and home school students. For class availability visit .

4. Assessment Scores

If a student is taking a MATH, CHEM or PHYS course, they may need to sign a waiver. For details visit Placement Waiver.

5. WebCentral Login

Need help logging in or resetting a password? Visit .

6. Early College Resources

To assist with important details visit Student/Parent Resources.

Contact:

Axtell High School
Career Pathways and General Education Contact:

Rhonda Hoyt
Counselor
308-743-2415 (main office)

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Diana Watson
Regional Director / International Studies Coordinator
308-338-4070

Jamey Peterson-Jones
Early College Director
308-398-7581 

Bertrand

High school juniors and seniors, who are at least 16 years old, can enroll in college courses through Ƶ.

Early College Opportunities

General Education and Career Pathway courses allow juniors and seniors the opportunity to take college courses while still in high school. Students who complete the course will earn college credit and may receive high school credit. 

Students can choose from a variety of college courses which could lead to a college certificate, diploma, degree, or for transfer to another college. Ƶ currently features 13 Career Pathways. For a list of programs visit Career Pathways.

College classes are available online, televised, lecture, lab, or face-to-face instruction either in the high school or at Ƶ locations. 

Ƶ tuition applies to college courses, visit college cost for a list of tuition and fees. Tuition assistance may be available, check with your school counselor. Discounted tuition for all Nebraska high school and home school students is available. For more information visit early college costs.

Steps To Get Started

1. Create an Account

Before enrolling in Early College courses, students will first need to complete an online profile. To start, click .

2. Early College Registration

Students will complete an ‘Early College Registration’ form before enrolling in college courses. Ƶ Community and Workforce Education (CWE) staff or your school counselor can assist with the registration process.

3. Search for Classes

Students can participate at the high school with an approved instructor or at Ƶ campus or center locations. Students need to contact their school counselor for sections offered at their school. We welcome participation from all Nebraska high school and home school students. For class availability visit .

4. Assessment Scores

If a student is taking a MATH, CHEM or PHYS course, they may need to sign a waiver. For details visit Placement Waiver.

5. WebCentral Login

Need help logging in or resetting a password? Visit .

6. Early College Resources

To assist with important details visit Student/Parent Resources.

Contact:

Bertrand High School

Career Pathways and General Education Contact:
Haley Munter
Counselor
308-472-3427 (main office)

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Diana Watson
Regional Director / International Studies Coordinator
308-338-4070

Jamey Peterson-Jones
Early College Director
308-398-7581

Blue Hill

High school juniors and seniors, who are at least 16 years old, can enroll in college courses through Ƶ.

Early College Opportunities

General Education and Career Pathway courses allow juniors and seniors the opportunity to take college courses while still in high school. Students who complete the course will earn college credit and may receive high school credit. 

Students can choose from a variety of college courses which could lead to a college certificate, diploma, degree, or for transfer to another college. Ƶ currently features 13 Career Pathways. For a list of programs visit Career Pathways.

College classes are available online, televised, lecture, lab, or face-to-face instruction either in the high school or at Ƶ locations. 

Ƶ tuition applies to college courses, visit college cost for a list of tuition and fees. Tuition assistance may be available, check with your school counselor. Discounted tuition for all Nebraska high school and home school students is available. For more information visit early college costs.

Steps To Get Started

1. Create an Account

Before enrolling in Early College courses, students will first need to complete an online profile. To start, click .

2. Early College Registration

Students will complete an ‘Early College Registration’ form before enrolling in college courses. Ƶ Community and Workforce Education (CWE) staff or your school counselor can assist with the registration process.

3. Search for Classes

Students can participate at the high school with an approved instructor or at Ƶ campus or center locations. Students need to contact their school counselor for sections offered at their school. We welcome participation from all Nebraska high school and home school students. For class availability visit .

4. Assessment Scores

If a student is taking a MATH, CHEM or PHYS course, they may need to sign a waiver. For details visit Placement Waiver.

5. WebCentral Login

Need help logging in or resetting a password? Visit .

6. Early College Resources

To assist with important details visit Student/Parent Resources.

Contact:

Blue Hill High School

Career Pathways and General Education Contact:
Kara Kliewer
Counselor
402-756-3043 (main office)

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Jason Davis
Associate Dean of CWE
402-461-2430

Sandy Samuelson
Regional Director of CWE
402-461-2529

Jamey Peterson-Jones
Early College Director
308-398-7581

Boone Central

High school juniors and seniors, who are at least 16 years old, can enroll in college courses through Ƶ.

Early College Opportunities

General Education and Career Pathway courses allow juniors and seniors the opportunity to take college courses while still in high school. Students who complete the course will earn college credit and may receive high school credit. 

Students can choose from a variety of college courses which could lead to a college certificate, diploma, degree, or for transfer to another college. Ƶ currently features 13 Career Pathways. For a list of programs visit Career Pathways.

College classes are available online, televised, lecture, lab, or face-to-face instruction either in the high school or at Ƶ locations. 

Ƶ tuition applies to college courses, visit college cost for a list of tuition and fees. Tuition assistance may be available, check with your school counselor. Discounted tuition for all Nebraska high school and home school students is available. For more information visit early college costs.

Steps To Get Started

1. Create an Account

Before enrolling in Early College courses, students will first need to complete an online profile. To start, click .

2. Early College Registration

Students will complete an ‘Early College Registration’ form before enrolling in college courses. Ƶ Community and Workforce Education (CWE) staff or your school counselor can assist with the registration process.

3. Search for Classes

Students can participate at the high school with an approved instructor or at Ƶ campus or center locations. Students need to contact their school counselor for sections offered at their school. We welcome participation from all Nebraska high school and home school students. For class availability visit .

4. Assessment Scores

If a student is taking a MATH, CHEM or PHYS course, they may need to sign a waiver. For details visit Placement Waiver.

5. WebCentral Login

Need help logging in or resetting a password? Visit .

6. Early College Resources

To assist with important details visit Student/Parent Resources.

Contact:

Boone Central High School

Career Pathways and General Education Contact:
Leanne Blanchard
Counselor
402-395-2134 (main office)

Ƶ

Karin Rieger
Associate Dean of CWE
402-562-1222

Erica Leffler
Regional Director of CWE
402-562-1458

Jamey Peterson-Jones
Early College Director
308-398-7581

Cambridge

High school juniors and seniors, who are at least 16 years old, can enroll in college courses through Ƶ.

Early College Opportunities

General Education and Career Pathway courses allow juniors and seniors the opportunity to take college courses while still in high school. Students who complete the course will earn college credit and may receive high school credit. 

Students can choose from a variety of college courses which could lead to a college certificate, diploma, degree, or for transfer to another college. Ƶ currently features 13 Career Pathways. For a list of programs visit Career Pathways.

College classes are available online, televised, lecture, lab, or face-to-face instruction either in the high school or at Ƶ locations. 

Ƶ tuition applies to college courses, visit college cost for a list of tuition and fees. Tuition assistance may be available, check with your school counselor. Discounted tuition for all Nebraska high school and home school students is available. For more information visit early college costs.

Steps To Get Started

1. Create an Account

Before enrolling in Early College courses, students will first need to complete an online profile. To start, click .

2. Early College Registration

Students will complete an ‘Early College Registration’ form before enrolling in college courses. Ƶ Community and Workforce Education (CWE) staff or your school counselor can assist with the registration process.

3. Search for Classes

Students can participate at the high school with an approved instructor or at Ƶ campus or center locations. Students need to contact their school counselor for sections offered at their school. We welcome participation from all Nebraska high school and home school students. For class availability visit .

4. Assessment Scores

If a student is taking a MATH, CHEM or PHYS course, they may need to sign a waiver. For details visit Placement Waiver.

5. WebCentral Login

Need help logging in or resetting a password? Visit .

6. Early College Resources

To assist with important details visit Student/Parent Resources.

Contact:

Cambridge High School

Career Pathways and General Education Contact:
Genny Kubik
Instructional Facilitator
308-697-3322 (main office)

Ƶ

Diana Watson
Regional Director / International Studies Coordinator
308-338-4070

Jamey Peterson-Jones
Early College Director
308-398-7581

Central City

High school juniors and seniors, who are at least 16 years old, can enroll in college courses through Ƶ.

Early College Opportunities

General Education and Career Pathway courses allow juniors and seniors the opportunity to take college courses while still in high school. Students who complete the course will earn college credit and may receive high school credit. 

Students can choose from a variety of college courses which could lead to a college certificate, diploma, degree, or for transfer to another college. Ƶ currently features 13 Career Pathways. For a list of programs visit Career Pathways.

College classes are available online, televised, lecture, lab, or face-to-face instruction either in the high school or at Ƶ locations. 

Ƶ tuition applies to college courses, visit college cost for a list of tuition and fees. Tuition assistance may be available, check with your school counselor. Discounted tuition for all Nebraska high school and home school students is available. For more information visit early college costs.

Steps To Get Started

1. Create an Account

Before enrolling in Early College courses, students will first need to complete an online profile. To start, click .

2. Early College Registration

Students will complete an ‘Early College Registration’ form before enrolling in college courses. Ƶ Community and Workforce Education (CWE) staff or your school counselor can assist with the registration process.

3. Search for Classes

Students can participate at the high school with an approved instructor or at Ƶ campus or center locations. Students need to contact their school counselor for sections offered at their school. We welcome participation from all Nebraska high school and home school students. For class availability visit .

4. Assessment Scores

If a student is taking a MATH, CHEM or PHYS course, they may need to sign a waiver. For details visit Placement Waiver.

5. WebCentral Login

Need help logging in or resetting a password? Visit .

6. Early College Resources

To assist with important details visit Student/Parent Resources.

Contact:

Central City High School

Career Pathways and General Education Contact:
Ann Greving-Brown
Counselor
308-946-3086 (main office)

Ƶ

Karin Rieger
Associate Dean of CWE
402-562-1222

Erica Leffler
Regional Director of CWE
402-562-1458

Jamey Peterson-Jones
Early College Director
308-398-7581

Central Valley

High school juniors and seniors, who are at least 16 years old, can enroll in college courses through Ƶ.

Early College Opportunities

General Education and Career Pathway courses allow juniors and seniors the opportunity to take college courses while still in high school. Students who complete the course will earn college credit and may receive high school credit. 

Students can choose from a variety of college courses which could lead to a college certificate, diploma, degree, or for transfer to another college. Ƶ currently features 13 Career Pathways. For a list of programs visit Career Pathways.

College classes are available online, televised, lecture, lab, or face-to-face instruction either in the high school or at Ƶ locations. 

Ƶ tuition applies to college courses, visit college cost for a list of tuition and fees. Tuition assistance may be available, check with your school counselor. Discounted tuition for all Nebraska high school and home school students is available. For more information visit early college costs.

Steps To Get Started

1. Create an Account

Before enrolling in Early College courses, students will first need to complete an online profile. To start, click .

2. Early College Registration

Students will complete an ‘Early College Registration’ form before enrolling in college courses. Ƶ Community and Workforce Education (CWE) staff or your school counselor can assist with the registration process.

3. Search for Classes

Students can participate at the high school with an approved instructor or at Ƶ campus or center locations. Students need to contact their school counselor for sections offered at their school. We welcome participation from all Nebraska high school and home school students. For class availability visit .

4. Assessment Scores

If a student is taking a MATH, CHEM or PHYS course, they may need to sign a waiver. For details visit Placement Waiver.

5. WebCentral Login

Need help logging in or resetting a password? Visit .

6. Early College Resources

To assist with important details visit Student/Parent Resources.

Contact:

Central Valley High School

Career Pathways and General Education Contact:
Amanda Shoemaker
Counselor
308-428-3145 (main office)

Ƶ

Karin Rieger
Associate Dean of CWE
402-562-1222

Crystal Ramm
Regional Director of CWE
308-728-3299

Jamey Peterson-Jones
Early College Director
308-398-7581

Centura

High school juniors and seniors, who are at least 16 years old, can enroll in college courses through Ƶ.

Early College Opportunities

General Education and Career Pathway courses allow juniors and seniors the opportunity to take college courses while still in high school. Students who complete the course will earn college credit and may receive high school credit. 

Students can choose from a variety of college courses which could lead to a college certificate, diploma, degree, or for transfer to another college. Ƶ currently features 13 Career Pathways. For a list of programs visit Career Pathways.

College classes are available online, televised, lecture, lab, or face-to-face instruction either in the high school or at Ƶ locations. 

Ƶ tuition applies to college courses, visit college cost for a list of tuition and fees. Tuition assistance may be available, check with your school counselor. Discounted tuition for all Nebraska high school and home school students is available. For more information visit early college costs.

Steps To Get Started

1. Create an Account

Before enrolling in Early College courses, students will first need to complete an online profile. To start, click .

2. Early College Registration

Students will complete an ‘Early College Registration’ form before enrolling in college courses. Ƶ Community and Workforce Education (CWE) staff or your school counselor can assist with the registration process.

3. Search for Classes

Students can participate at the high school with an approved instructor or at Ƶ campus or center locations. Students need to contact their school counselor for sections offered at their school. We welcome participation from all Nebraska high school and home school students. For class availability visit .

4. Assessment Scores

If a student is taking a MATH, CHEM or PHYS course, they may need to sign a waiver. For details visit Placement Waiver.

5. WebCentral Login

Need help logging in or resetting a password? Visit .

6. Early College Resources

To assist with important details visit Student/Parent Resources.

Contact:

Centura High School

Career Pathways and General Education Contact:
Kay Carpenter
Counselor
308-485-4258 ext. 141

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Jerry Dunn
Regional Director of CWE
308-398-7447

Jamey Peterson-Jones
Early College Director
308-398-7581

Clarkson

High school juniors and seniors, who are at least 16 years old, can enroll in college courses through Ƶ.

Early College Opportunities

General Education and Career Pathway courses allow juniors and seniors the opportunity to take college courses while still in high school. Students who complete the course will earn college credit and may receive high school credit. 

Students can choose from a variety of college courses which could lead to a college certificate, diploma, degree, or for transfer to another college. Ƶ currently features 13 Career Pathways. For a list of programs visit Career Pathways.

College classes are available online, televised, lecture, lab, or face-to-face instruction either in the high school or at Ƶ locations. 

Ƶ tuition applies to college courses, visit college cost for a list of tuition and fees. Tuition assistance may be available, check with your school counselor. Discounted tuition for all Nebraska high school and home school students is available. For more information visit early college costs.

Steps To Get Started

1. Create an Account

Before enrolling in Early College courses, students will first need to complete an online profile. To start, click .

2. Early College Registration

Students will complete an ‘Early College Registration’ form before enrolling in college courses. Ƶ Community and Workforce Education (CWE) staff or your school counselor can assist with the registration process.

3. Search for Classes

Students can participate at the high school with an approved instructor or at Ƶ campus or center locations. Students need to contact their school counselor for sections offered at their school. We welcome participation from all Nebraska high school and home school students. For class availability visit .

4. Assessment Scores

If a student is taking a MATH, CHEM or PHYS course, they may need to sign a waiver. For details visit Placement Waiver.

5. WebCentral Login

Need help logging in or resetting a password? Visit .

6. Early College Resources

To assist with important details visit Student/Parent Resources.

Contact:

Clarkson High School

Career Pathways and General Education Contact:
Jennifer Kappel
Counselor
402-892-3454 (main office)

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Karin Rieger
Associate Dean of CWE
402-562-1222

Erica Leffler
Regional Director of CWE
402-562-1458

Jamey Peterson-Jones
Early College Director
308-398-7581

Columbus

High school juniors and seniors, who are at least 16 years old, can enroll in college courses through Ƶ.

Early College Opportunities

General Education and Career Pathway courses allow juniors and seniors the opportunity to take college courses while still in high school. Students who complete the course will earn college credit and may receive high school credit. 

Students can choose from a variety of college courses which could lead to a college certificate, diploma, degree, or for transfer to another college. Ƶ currently features 13 Career Pathways. For a list of programs visit Career Pathways.

College classes are available online, televised, lecture, lab, or face-to-face instruction either in the high school or at Ƶ locations. 

Ƶ tuition applies to college courses, visit college cost for a list of tuition and fees. Tuition assistance may be available, check with your school counselor. Discounted tuition for all Nebraska high school and home school students is available. For more information visit early college costs.

Steps To Get Started

1. Create an Account

Before enrolling in Early College courses, students will first need to complete an online profile. To start, click .

2. Early College Registration

Students will complete an ‘Early College Registration’ form before enrolling in college courses. Ƶ Community and Workforce Education (CWE) staff or your school counselor can assist with the registration process.

3. Search for Classes

Students can participate at the high school with an approved instructor or at Ƶ campus or center locations. Students need to contact their school counselor for sections offered at their school. We welcome participation from all Nebraska high school and home school students. For class availability visit .

4. Assessment Scores

If a student is taking a MATH, CHEM or PHYS course, they may need to sign a waiver. For details visit Placement Waiver.

5. WebCentral Login

Need help logging in or resetting a password? Visit .

6. Early College Resources

To assist with important details visit Student/Parent Resources.

Contact:

Columbus High School

Career Pathways and General Education Contacts:
Kim Loeffelholz
Counselor

Marino Guadalupe
Counselor

David Hiebner
Principal
402-563-7050 (main office)

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Karin Rieger
Associate Dean of CWE
402-562-1222

Erica Leffler
Regional Director of CWE
402-562-1458

Jamey Peterson-Jones
Early College Director
308-398-7581

Cozad

High school juniors and seniors, who are at least 16 years old, can enroll in college courses through Ƶ.

Early College Opportunities

General Education and Career Pathway courses allow juniors and seniors the opportunity to take college courses while still in high school. Students who complete the course will earn college credit and may receive high school credit. 

Students can choose from a variety of college courses which could lead to a college certificate, diploma, degree, or for transfer to another college. Ƶ currently features 13 Career Pathways. For a list of programs visit Career Pathways.

College classes are available online, televised, lecture, lab, or face-to-face instruction either in the high school or at Ƶ locations. 

Ƶ tuition applies to college courses, visit college cost for a list of tuition and fees. Tuition assistance may be available, check with your school counselor. Discounted tuition for all Nebraska high school and home school students is available. For more information visit early college costs.

Steps To Get Started

1. Create an Account

Before enrolling in Early College courses, students will first need to complete an online profile. To start, click .

2. Early College Registration

Students will complete an ‘Early College Registration’ form before enrolling in college courses. Ƶ Community and Workforce Education (CWE) staff or your school counselor can assist with the registration process.

3. Search for Classes

Students can participate at the high school with an approved instructor or at Ƶ campus or center locations. Students need to contact their school counselor for sections offered at their school. We welcome participation from all Nebraska high school and home school students. For class availability visit .

4. Assessment Scores

If a student is taking a MATH, CHEM or PHYS course, they may need to sign a waiver. For details visit Placement Waiver.

5. WebCentral Login

Need help logging in or resetting a password? Visit .

6. Early College Resources

To assist with important details visit Student/Parent Resources.

Contact:

Cozad High School

Career Pathways and General Education Contacts:
Jordan Haarberg
Counselor
308-784-2744 (main office)

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Amy Hill
Regional Director of CWE
308-338-4080

Jamey Peterson-Jones
Early College Director
308-398-7581

Cross County

High school juniors and seniors, who are at least 16 years old, can enroll in college courses through Ƶ.

Early College Opportunities

General Education and Career Pathway courses allow juniors and seniors the opportunity to take college courses while still in high school. Students who complete the course will earn college credit and may receive high school credit. 

Students can choose from a variety of college courses which could lead to a college certificate, diploma, degree, or for transfer to another college. Ƶ currently features 13 Career Pathways. For a list of programs visit Career Pathways.

College classes are available online, televised, lecture, lab, or face-to-face instruction either in the high school or at Ƶ locations. 

Ƶ tuition applies to college courses, visit college cost for a list of tuition and fees. Tuition assistance may be available, check with your school counselor. Discounted tuition for all Nebraska high school and home school students is available. For more information visit early college costs.

Steps To Get Started

1. Create an Account

Before enrolling in Early College courses, students will first need to complete an online profile. To start, click .

2. Early College Registration

Students will complete an ‘Early College Registration’ form before enrolling in college courses. Ƶ Community and Workforce Education (CWE) staff or your school counselor can assist with the registration process.

3. Search for Classes

Students can participate at the high school with an approved instructor or at Ƶ campus or center locations. Students need to contact their school counselor for sections offered at their school. We welcome participation from all Nebraska high school and home school students. For class availability visit .

4. Assessment Scores

If a student is taking a MATH, CHEM or PHYS course, they may need to sign a waiver. For details visit Placement Waiver.

5. WebCentral Login

Need help logging in or resetting a password? Visit .

6. Early College Resources

To assist with important details visit Student/Parent Resources.

Contact:

Cross County High School

Career Pathways and General Education Contact:
Jo Moody
Counselor
402-764-5521 (main office)

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Karin Rieger
Associate Dean of CWE
402-562-1222

Erica Leffler
Regional Director of CWE
402-562-1458

Jamey Peterson-Jones
Early College Director
308-398-7581

David City

High school juniors and seniors, who are at least 16 years old, can enroll in college courses through Ƶ.

Early College Opportunities

General Education and Career Pathway courses allow juniors and seniors the opportunity to take college courses while still in high school. Students who complete the course will earn college credit and may receive high school credit. 

Students can choose from a variety of college courses which could lead to a college certificate, diploma, degree, or for transfer to another college. Ƶ currently features 13 Career Pathways. For a list of programs visit Career Pathways.

College classes are available online, televised, lecture, lab, or face-to-face instruction either in the high school or at Ƶ locations. 

Ƶ tuition applies to college courses, visit college cost for a list of tuition and fees. Tuition assistance may be available, check with your school counselor. Discounted tuition for all Nebraska high school and home school students is available. For more information visit early college costs.

Steps To Get Started

1. Create an Account

Before enrolling in Early College courses, students will first need to complete an online profile. To start, click .

2. Early College Registration

Students will complete an ‘Early College Registration’ form before enrolling in college courses. Ƶ Community and Workforce Education (CWE) staff or your school counselor can assist with the registration process.

3. Search for Classes

Students can participate at the high school with an approved instructor or at Ƶ campus or center locations. Students need to contact their school counselor for sections offered at their school. We welcome participation from all Nebraska high school and home school students. For class availability visit .

4. Assessment Scores

If a student is taking a MATH, CHEM or PHYS course, they may need to sign a waiver. For details visit Placement Waiver.

5. WebCentral Login

Need help logging in or resetting a password? Visit .

6. Early College Resources

To assist with important details visit Student/Parent Resources.

Contact:

David City High School

Career Pathways and General Education Contact: 
Bob Fish
Counselor
402-367-3187 (main office)

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Karin Rieger
Associate Dean of CWE
402-562-1222

Erica Leffler
Regional Director of CWE
402-562-1458

Jamey Peterson-Jones
Early College Director
308-398-7581

David City Aquinas

High school juniors and seniors, who are at least 16 years old, can enroll in college courses through Ƶ.

Early College Opportunities

General Education and Career Pathway courses allow juniors and seniors the opportunity to take college courses while still in high school. Students who complete the course will earn college credit and may receive high school credit. 

Students can choose from a variety of college courses which could lead to a college certificate, diploma, degree, or for transfer to another college. Ƶ currently features 13 Career Pathways. For a list of programs visit Career Pathways.

College classes are available online, televised, lecture, lab, or face-to-face instruction either in the high school or at Ƶ locations. 

Ƶ tuition applies to college courses, visit college cost for a list of tuition and fees. Tuition assistance may be available, check with your school counselor. Discounted tuition for all Nebraska high school and home school students is available. For more information visit early college costs.

Steps To Get Started

1. Create an Account

Before enrolling in Early College courses, students will first need to complete an online profile. To start, click .

2. Early College Registration

Students will complete an ‘Early College Registration’ form before enrolling in college courses. Ƶ Community and Workforce Education (CWE) staff or your school counselor can assist with the registration process.

3. Search for Classes

Students can participate at the high school with an approved instructor or at Ƶ campus or center locations. Students need to contact their school counselor for sections offered at their school. We welcome participation from all Nebraska high school and home school students. For class availability visit .

4. Assessment Scores

If a student is taking a MATH, CHEM or PHYS course, they may need to sign a waiver. For details visit Placement Waiver.

5. WebCentral Login

Need help logging in or resetting a password? Visit .

6. Early College Resources

To assist with important details visit Student/Parent Resources.

Contact:

David City Aquinas High School

Career Pathways and General Education Contacts:
John Svec
Counselor
402-367-3175 (main office)

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Karin Rieger
Associate Dean of CWE
402-562-1222

Erica Leffler
Regional Director of CWE
402-562-1458

Jamey Peterson-Jones
Early College Director
308-398-7581

Doniphan-Trumbull

High school juniors and seniors, who are at least 16 years old, can enroll in college courses through Ƶ.

Early College Opportunities

General Education and Career Pathway courses allow juniors and seniors the opportunity to take college courses while still in high school. Students who complete the course will earn college credit and may receive high school credit. 

Students can choose from a variety of college courses which could lead to a college certificate, diploma, degree, or for transfer to another college. Ƶ currently features 13 Career Pathways. For a list of programs visit Career Pathways.

College classes are available online, televised, lecture, lab, or face-to-face instruction either in the high school or at Ƶ locations. 

Ƶ tuition applies to college courses, visit college cost for a list of tuition and fees. Tuition assistance may be available, check with your school counselor. Discounted tuition for all Nebraska high school and home school students is available. For more information visit early college costs.

Steps To Get Started

1. Create an Account

Before enrolling in Early College courses, students will first need to complete an online profile. To start, click .

2. Early College Registration

Students will complete an ‘Early College Registration’ form before enrolling in college courses. Ƶ Community and Workforce Education (CWE) staff or your school counselor can assist with the registration process.

3. Search for Classes

Students can participate at the high school with an approved instructor or at Ƶ campus or center locations. Students need to contact their school counselor for sections offered at their school. We welcome participation from all Nebraska high school and home school students. For class availability visit .

4. Assessment Scores

If a student is taking a MATH, CHEM or PHYS course, they may need to sign a waiver. For details visit Placement Waiver.

5. WebCentral Login

Need help logging in or resetting a password? Visit .

6. Early College Resources

To assist with important details visit Student/Parent Resources.

Contact:

Doniphan-Trumbull High School

Career Pathways and General Education Contact:
Nikki Sjuts
Counselor
402-845-6531 (main office)

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Jerry Dunn
Regional Director of CWE
308-398-7447

Jamey Peterson-Jones
Early College Director
308-398-7581

East Butler

High school juniors and seniors, who are at least 16 years old, can enroll in college courses through Ƶ.

Early College Opportunities

General Education and Career Pathway courses allow juniors and seniors the opportunity to take college courses while still in high school. Students who complete the course will earn college credit and may receive high school credit. 

Students can choose from a variety of college courses which could lead to a college certificate, diploma, degree, or for transfer to another college. Ƶ currently features 13 Career Pathways. For a list of programs visit Career Pathways.

College classes are available online, televised, lecture, lab, or face-to-face instruction either in the high school or at Ƶ locations. 

Ƶ tuition applies to college courses, visit college cost for a list of tuition and fees. Tuition assistance may be available, check with your school counselor. Discounted tuition for all Nebraska high school and home school students is available. For more information visit early college costs.

Steps To Get Started

1. Create an Account

Before enrolling in Early College courses, students will first need to complete an online profile. To start, click .

2. Early College Registration

Students will complete an ‘Early College Registration’ form before enrolling in college courses. Ƶ Community and Workforce Education (CWE) staff or your school counselor can assist with the registration process.

3. Search for Classes

Students can participate at the high school with an approved instructor or at Ƶ campus or center locations. Students need to contact their school counselor for sections offered at their school. We welcome participation from all Nebraska high school and home school students. For class availability visit .

4. Assessment Scores

If a student is taking a MATH, CHEM or PHYS course, they may need to sign a waiver. For details visit Placement Waiver.

5. WebCentral Login

Need help logging in or resetting a password? Visit .

6. Early College Resources

To assist with important details visit Student/Parent Resources.

Contact:

East Butler High School

Career Pathways and General Education Contact:
Lana Robinson
Counselor
402-545-2081 (main office)

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Karin Rieger
Associate Dean of CWE
402-562-1222

Erica Leffler
Regional Director of CWE
402-562-1458

Jamey Peterson-Jones
Early College Director
308-398-7581

Elba

High school juniors and seniors, who are at least 16 years old, can enroll in college courses through Ƶ.

Early College Opportunities

General Education and Career Pathway courses allow juniors and seniors the opportunity to take college courses while still in high school. Students who complete the course will earn college credit and may receive high school credit. 

Students can choose from a variety of college courses which could lead to a college certificate, diploma, degree, or for transfer to another college. Ƶ currently features 13 Career Pathways. For a list of programs visit Career Pathways.

College classes are available online, televised, lecture, lab, or face-to-face instruction either in the high school or at Ƶ locations. 

Ƶ tuition applies to college courses, visit college cost for a list of tuition and fees. Tuition assistance may be available, check with your school counselor. Discounted tuition for all Nebraska high school and home school students is available. For more information visit early college costs.

Steps To Get Started

1. Create an Account

Before enrolling in Early College courses, students will first need to complete an online profile. To start, click .

2. Early College Registration

Students will complete an ‘Early College Registration’ form before enrolling in college courses. Ƶ Community and Workforce Education (CWE) staff or your school counselor can assist with the registration process.

3. Search for Classes

Students can participate at the high school with an approved instructor or at Ƶ campus or center locations. Students need to contact their school counselor for sections offered at their school. We welcome participation from all Nebraska high school and home school students. For class availability visit .

4. Assessment Scores

If a student is taking a MATH, CHEM or PHYS course, they may need to sign a waiver. For details visit Placement Waiver.

5. WebCentral Login

Need help logging in or resetting a password? Visit .

6. Early College Resources

To assist with important details visit Student/Parent Resources.

Contact:

Elba High School

Career Pathways and General Education Contact:
Tessa Reiman
Counselor
308-863-2228 (main office)

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Jerry Dunn
Regional Director of CWE
308-398-7447

Jamey Peterson-Jones
Early College Director
308-398-7581

Elm Creek

High school juniors and seniors, who are at least 16 years old, can enroll in college courses through Ƶ.

Early College Opportunities

General Education and Career Pathway courses allow juniors and seniors the opportunity to take college courses while still in high school. Students who complete the course will earn college credit and may receive high school credit. 

Students can choose from a variety of college courses which could lead to a college certificate, diploma, degree, or for transfer to another college. Ƶ currently features 13 Career Pathways. For a list of programs visit Career Pathways.

College classes are available online, televised, lecture, lab, or face-to-face instruction either in the high school or at Ƶ locations. 

Ƶ tuition applies to college courses, visit college cost for a list of tuition and fees. Tuition assistance may be available, check with your school counselor. Discounted tuition for all Nebraska high school and home school students is available. For more information visit early college costs.

Steps To Get Started

1. Create an Account

Before enrolling in Early College courses, students will first need to complete an online profile. To start, click .

2. Early College Registration

Students will complete an ‘Early College Registration’ form before enrolling in college courses. Ƶ Community and Workforce Education (CWE) staff or your school counselor can assist with the registration process.

3. Search for Classes

Students can participate at the high school with an approved instructor or at Ƶ campus or center locations. Students need to contact their school counselor for sections offered at their school. We welcome participation from all Nebraska high school and home school students. For class availability visit .

4. Assessment Scores

If a student is taking a MATH, CHEM or PHYS course, they may need to sign a waiver. For details visit Placement Waiver.

5. WebCentral Login

Need help logging in or resetting a password? Visit .

6. Early College Resources

To assist with important details visit Student/Parent Resources.

Contact:

Elm Creek High School

Career Pathways and General Education Contact:
Jennifer Kotschwar - Anderson
Counselor
308-856-4300 (main office)

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Dan Gettinger
Associate Dean of CWE
308-338-4011

Ruth Kirkland
Early College/Health Programming Coordinator
308-338-4036

Jamey Peterson-Jones
Early College Director
308-398-7581

Elwood

High school juniors and seniors, who are at least 16 years old, can enroll in college courses through Ƶ.

Early College Opportunities

General Education and Career Pathway courses allow juniors and seniors the opportunity to take college courses while still in high school. Students who complete the course will earn college credit and may receive high school credit. 

Students can choose from a variety of college courses which could lead to a college certificate, diploma, degree, or for transfer to another college. Ƶ currently features 13 Career Pathways. For a list of programs visit Career Pathways.

College classes are available online, televised, lecture, lab, or face-to-face instruction either in the high school or at Ƶ locations. 

Ƶ tuition applies to college courses, visit college cost for a list of tuition and fees. Tuition assistance may be available, check with your school counselor. Discounted tuition for all Nebraska high school and home school students is available. For more information visit early college costs.

Steps To Get Started

1. Create an Account

Before enrolling in Early College courses, students will first need to complete an online profile. To start, click .

2. Early College Registration

Students will complete an ‘Early College Registration’ form before enrolling in college courses. Ƶ Community and Workforce Education (CWE) staff or your school counselor can assist with the registration process.

3. Search for Classes

Students can participate at the high school with an approved instructor or at Ƶ campus or center locations. Students need to contact their school counselor for sections offered at their school. We welcome participation from all Nebraska high school and home school students. For class availability visit .

4. Assessment Scores

If a student is taking a MATH, CHEM or PHYS course, they may need to sign a waiver. For details visit Placement Waiver.

5. WebCentral Login

Need help logging in or resetting a password? Visit .

6. Early College Resources

To assist with important details visit Student/Parent Resources.

Contact:

Elwood High School

Career Pathways and General Education Contact:
Kilah Oaklund
Counselor
308-785-2491 (main office)

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Diana Watson
Regional Director / International Studies Coordinator
308-338-4070

Jamey Peterson-Jones
Early College Director
308-398-7581

Franklin

High school juniors and seniors, who are at least 16 years old, can enroll in college courses through Ƶ.

Early College Opportunities

General Education and Career Pathway courses allow juniors and seniors the opportunity to take college courses while still in high school. Students who complete the course will earn college credit and may receive high school credit. 

Students can choose from a variety of college courses which could lead to a college certificate, diploma, degree, or for transfer to another college. Ƶ currently features 13 Career Pathways. For a list of programs visit Career Pathways.

College classes are available online, televised, lecture, lab, or face-to-face instruction either in the high school or at Ƶ locations. 

Ƶ tuition applies to college courses, visit college cost for a list of tuition and fees. Tuition assistance may be available, check with your school counselor. Discounted tuition for all Nebraska high school and home school students is available. For more information visit early college costs.

Steps To Get Started

1. Create an Account

Before enrolling in Early College courses, students will first need to complete an online profile. To start, click .

2. Early College Registration

Students will complete an ‘Early College Registration’ form before enrolling in college courses. Ƶ Community and Workforce Education (CWE) staff or your school counselor can assist with the registration process.

3. Search for Classes

Students can participate at the high school with an approved instructor or at Ƶ campus or center locations. Students need to contact their school counselor for sections offered at their school. We welcome participation from all Nebraska high school and home school students. For class availability visit .

4. Assessment Scores

If a student is taking a MATH, CHEM or PHYS course, they may need to sign a waiver. For details visit Placement Waiver.

5. WebCentral Login

Need help logging in or resetting a password? Visit .

6. Early College Resources

To assist with important details visit Student/Parent Resources.

Contact:

Franklin High School

Career Pathways and General Education Contact:
Kelsey Hanshaw
Counselor
308-425-6283 (main office)

Ƶ

Diana Watson
Regional Director / International Studies Coordinator
308-338-4070

Jamey Peterson-Jones
Early College Director
308-398-7581

Fullerton

High school juniors and seniors, who are at least 16 years old, can enroll in college courses through Ƶ.

Early College Opportunities

General Education and Career Pathway courses allow juniors and seniors the opportunity to take college courses while still in high school. Students who complete the course will earn college credit and may receive high school credit. 

Students can choose from a variety of college courses which could lead to a college certificate, diploma, degree, or for transfer to another college. Ƶ currently features 13 Career Pathways. For a list of programs visit Career Pathways.

College classes are available online, televised, lecture, lab, or face-to-face instruction either in the high school or at Ƶ locations. 

Ƶ tuition applies to college courses, visit college cost for a list of tuition and fees. Tuition assistance may be available, check with your school counselor. Discounted tuition for all Nebraska high school and home school students is available. For more information visit early college costs.

Steps To Get Started

1. Create an Account

Before enrolling in Early College courses, students will first need to complete an online profile. To start, click .

2. Early College Registration

Students will complete an ‘Early College Registration’ form before enrolling in college courses. Ƶ Community and Workforce Education (CWE) staff or your school counselor can assist with the registration process.

3. Search for Classes

Students can participate at the high school with an approved instructor or at Ƶ campus or center locations. Students need to contact their school counselor for sections offered at their school. We welcome participation from all Nebraska high school and home school students. For class availability visit .

4. Assessment Scores

If a student is taking a MATH, CHEM or PHYS course, they may need to sign a waiver. For details visit Placement Waiver.

5. WebCentral Login

Need help logging in or resetting a password? Visit .

6. Early College Resources

To assist with important details visit Student/Parent Resources.

Contact:

Fullerton High School

Career Pathways and General Education Contact:
Jordan Wetovick
Counselor
308-536-2431 (main office)

Ƶ

Karin Rieger
Associate Dean of CWE
402-562-1222

Erica Leffler
Regional Director of CWE
402-562-1458

Jamey Peterson-Jones
Early College Director
308-398-7581

Gibbon

High school juniors and seniors, who are at least 16 years old, can enroll in college courses through Ƶ.

Early College Opportunities

General Education and Career Pathway courses allow juniors and seniors the opportunity to take college courses while still in high school. Students who complete the course will earn college credit and may receive high school credit. 

Students can choose from a variety of college courses which could lead to a college certificate, diploma, degree, or for transfer to another college. Ƶ currently features 13 Career Pathways. For a list of programs visit Career Pathways.

College classes are available online, televised, lecture, lab, or face-to-face instruction either in the high school or at Ƶ locations. 

Ƶ tuition applies to college courses, visit college cost for a list of tuition and fees. Tuition assistance may be available, check with your school counselor. Discounted tuition for all Nebraska high school and home school students is available. For more information visit early college costs.

Steps To Get Started

1. Create an Account

Before enrolling in Early College courses, students will first need to complete an online profile. To start, click .

2. Early College Registration

Students will complete an ‘Early College Registration’ form before enrolling in college courses. Ƶ Community and Workforce Education (CWE) staff or your school counselor can assist with the registration process.

3. Search for Classes

Students can participate at the high school with an approved instructor or at Ƶ campus or center locations. Students need to contact their school counselor for sections offered at their school. We welcome participation from all Nebraska high school and home school students. For class availability visit .

4. Assessment Scores

If a student is taking a MATH, CHEM or PHYS course, they may need to sign a waiver. For details visit Placement Waiver.

5. WebCentral Login

Need help logging in or resetting a password? Visit .

6. Early College Resources

To assist with important details visit Student/Parent Resources.

Contact:

Gibbon High School

Career Pathways and General Education Contact:
Kerri Waddle
Counselor
308-468-5721 (main office)

Ƶ

Daniel Gettinger
Associate Dean of CWE
308-338-4011

Ruth Kirkland
Early College/Health Programming Coordinator
308-338-4036

Jamey Peterson-Jones
Early College Director
308-398-7581

Giltner

High school juniors and seniors, who are at least 16 years old, can enroll in college courses through Ƶ.

Early College Opportunities

General Education and Career Pathway courses allow juniors and seniors the opportunity to take college courses while still in high school. Students who complete the course will earn college credit and may receive high school credit. 

Students can choose from a variety of college courses which could lead to a college certificate, diploma, degree, or for transfer to another college. Ƶ currently features 13 Career Pathways. For a list of programs visit Career Pathways.

College classes are available online, televised, lecture, lab, or face-to-face instruction either in the high school or at Ƶ locations. 

Ƶ tuition applies to college courses, visit college cost for a list of tuition and fees. Tuition assistance may be available, check with your school counselor. Discounted tuition for all Nebraska high school and home school students is available. For more information visit early college costs.

Steps To Get Started

1. Create an Account

Before enrolling in Early College courses, students will first need to complete an online profile. To start, click .

2. Early College Registration

Students will complete an ‘Early College Registration’ form before enrolling in college courses. Ƶ Community and Workforce Education (CWE) staff or your school counselor can assist with the registration process.

3. Search for Classes

Students can participate at the high school with an approved instructor or at Ƶ campus or center locations. Students need to contact their school counselor for sections offered at their school. We welcome participation from all Nebraska high school and home school students. For class availability visit .

4. Assessment Scores

If a student is taking a MATH, CHEM or PHYS course, they may need to sign a waiver. For details visit Placement Waiver.

5. WebCentral Login

Need help logging in or resetting a password? Visit .

6. Early College Resources

To assist with important details visit Student/Parent Resources.

Contact:

Giltner High School

Career Pathways and General Education Contact:
Ashley McCarter
Counselor
402-849-2238 (main office)

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Jerry Dunn
Regional Director of CWE
308-398-7447

Jamey Peterson-Jones
Early College Director
308-398-7581

Gothenburg

High school juniors and seniors, who are at least 16 years old, can enroll in college courses through Ƶ.

Early College Opportunities

General Education and Career Pathway courses allow juniors and seniors the opportunity to take college courses while still in high school. Students who complete the course will earn college credit and may receive high school credit. 

Students can choose from a variety of college courses which could lead to a college certificate, diploma, degree, or for transfer to another college. Ƶ currently features 13 Career Pathways. For a list of programs visit Career Pathways.

College classes are available online, televised, lecture, lab, or face-to-face instruction either in the high school or at Ƶ locations. 

Ƶ tuition applies to college courses, visit college cost for a list of tuition and fees. Tuition assistance may be available, check with your school counselor. Discounted tuition for all Nebraska high school and home school students is available. For more information visit early college costs.

Steps To Get Started

1. Create an Account

Before enrolling in Early College courses, students will first need to complete an online profile. To start, click .

2. Early College Registration

Students will complete an ‘Early College Registration’ form before enrolling in college courses. Ƶ Community and Workforce Education (CWE) staff or your school counselor can assist with the registration process.

3. Search for Classes

Students can participate at the high school with an approved instructor or at Ƶ campus or center locations. Students need to contact their school counselor for sections offered at their school. We welcome participation from all Nebraska high school and home school students. For class availability visit .

4. Assessment Scores

If a student is taking a MATH, CHEM or PHYS course, they may need to sign a waiver. For details visit Placement Waiver.

5. WebCentral Login

Need help logging in or resetting a password? Visit .

6. Early College Resources

To assist with important details visit Student/Parent Resources.

Contact:

Gothenburg High School

Career Pathways and General Education Contact:

Jerry Wiggins
Counselor
308-537-3651 (main office)

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Amy Hill
Regional Director of CWE
308-338-4080

Jamey Peterson-Jones
Early College Director
308-398-7581

Grand Island Central Catholic

High school juniors and seniors, who are at least 16 years old, can enroll in college courses through Ƶ.

Early College Opportunities

General Education and Career Pathway courses allow juniors and seniors the opportunity to take college courses while still in high school. Students who complete the course will earn college credit and may receive high school credit. 

Students can choose from a variety of college courses which could lead to a college certificate, diploma, degree, or for transfer to another college. Ƶ currently features 13 Career Pathways. For a list of programs visit Career Pathways.

College classes are available online, televised, lecture, lab, or face-to-face instruction either in the high school or at Ƶ locations. 

Ƶ tuition applies to college courses, visit college cost for a list of tuition and fees. Tuition assistance may be available, check with your school counselor. Discounted tuition for all Nebraska high school and home school students is available. For more information visit early college costs.

Steps To Get Started

1. Create an Account

Before enrolling in Early College courses, students will first need to complete an online profile. To start, click .

2. Early College Registration

Students will complete an ‘Early College Registration’ form before enrolling in college courses. Ƶ Community and Workforce Education (CWE) staff or your school counselor can assist with the registration process.

3. Search for Classes

Students can participate at the high school with an approved instructor or at Ƶ campus or center locations. Students need to contact their school counselor for sections offered at their school. We welcome participation from all Nebraska high school and home school students. For class availability visit .

4. Assessment Scores

If a student is taking a MATH, CHEM or PHYS course, they may need to sign a waiver. For details visit Placement Waiver.

5. WebCentral Login

Need help logging in or resetting a password? Visit .

6. Early College Resources

To assist with important details visit Student/Parent Resources.

Contact:

Grand Island Central Catholic High School

Career Pathways and General Education Contact:
Julie Hehnke
Counselor
308-384-2440 (main office)

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Jerry Dunn
Regional Director of CWE
308-398-7447

Jamey Peterson-Jones
Early College Director
308-398-7581

Grand Island Senior High

High school juniors and seniors, who are at least 16 years old, can enroll in college courses through Ƶ.

Early College Opportunities

General Education and Career Pathway courses allow juniors and seniors the opportunity to take college courses while still in high school. Students who complete the course will earn college credit and may receive high school credit. 

Students can choose from a variety of college courses which could lead to a college certificate, diploma, degree, or for transfer to another college. Ƶ currently features 13 Career Pathways. For a list of programs visit Career Pathways.

College classes are available online, televised, lecture, lab, or face-to-face instruction either in the high school or at Ƶ locations. 

Ƶ tuition applies to college courses, visit college cost for a list of tuition and fees. Tuition assistance may be available, check with your school counselor. Discounted tuition for all Nebraska high school and home school students is available. For more information visit early college costs.

Steps To Get Started

1. Create an Account

Before enrolling in Early College courses, students will first need to complete an online profile. To start, click .

2. Early College Registration

Students will complete an ‘Early College Registration’ form before enrolling in college courses. Ƶ Community and Workforce Education (CWE) staff or your school counselor can assist with the registration process.

3. Search for Classes

Students can participate at the high school with an approved instructor or at Ƶ campus or center locations. Students need to contact their school counselor for sections offered at their school. We welcome participation from all Nebraska high school and home school students. For class availability visit .

4. Assessment Scores

If a student is taking a MATH, CHEM or PHYS course, they may need to sign a waiver. For details visit Placement Waiver.

5. WebCentral Login

Need help logging in or resetting a password? Visit .

6. Early College Resources

To assist with important details visit Student/Parent Resources.

Contact:

Grand Island Senior High School

Career Pathways and General Education Contact:

Melissa Luthi-Placke
Counselor
308-385-5950 (GISH main office)

Dr. Robin Dexter
Chief of Secondary Education
308-385-5900 (Kneale Administration office)

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Jerry Dunn
Regional Director of CWE
308-398-7447

Jamey Peterson-Jones
Early College Director
308-398-7581

Hampton

High school juniors and seniors, who are at least 16 years old, can enroll in college courses through Ƶ.

Early College Opportunities

General Education and Career Pathway courses allow juniors and seniors the opportunity to take college courses while still in high school. Students who complete the course will earn college credit and may receive high school credit. 

Students can choose from a variety of college courses which could lead to a college certificate, diploma, degree, or for transfer to another college. Ƶ currently features 13 Career Pathways. For a list of programs visit Career Pathways.

College classes are available online, televised, lecture, lab, or face-to-face instruction either in the high school or at Ƶ locations. 

Ƶ tuition applies to college courses, visit college cost for a list of tuition and fees. Tuition assistance may be available, check with your school counselor. Discounted tuition for all Nebraska high school and home school students is available. For more information visit early college costs.

Steps To Get Started

1. Create an Account

Before enrolling in Early College courses, students will first need to complete an online profile. To start, click .

2. Early College Registration

Students will complete an ‘Early College Registration’ form before enrolling in college courses. Ƶ Community and Workforce Education (CWE) staff or your school counselor can assist with the registration process.

3. Search for Classes

Students can participate at the high school with an approved instructor or at Ƶ campus or center locations. Students need to contact their school counselor for sections offered at their school. We welcome participation from all Nebraska high school and home school students. For class availability visit .

4. Assessment Scores

If a student is taking a MATH, CHEM or PHYS course, they may need to sign a waiver. For details visit Placement Waiver.

5. WebCentral Login

Need help logging in or resetting a password? Visit .

6. Early College Resources

To assist with important details visit Student/Parent Resources.

Contact:

Hampton High School

Career Pathways and General Education Contact:
Katelyn Goertzen
Counselor
402-725-3117 (main office)

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Jerry Dunn
Regional Director of CWE
308-398-7447

Jamey Peterson-Jones
Early College Director
308-398-7581

Harvard

High school juniors and seniors, who are at least 16 years old, can enroll in college courses through Ƶ.

Early College Opportunities

General Education and Career Pathway courses allow juniors and seniors the opportunity to take college courses while still in high school. Students who complete the course will earn college credit and may receive high school credit. 

Students can choose from a variety of college courses which could lead to a college certificate, diploma, degree, or for transfer to another college. Ƶ currently features 13 Career Pathways. For a list of programs visit Career Pathways.

College classes are available online, televised, lecture, lab, or face-to-face instruction either in the high school or at Ƶ locations. 

Ƶ tuition applies to college courses, visit college cost for a list of tuition and fees. Tuition assistance may be available, check with your school counselor. Discounted tuition for all Nebraska high school and home school students is available. For more information visit early college costs.

Steps To Get Started

1. Create an Account

Before enrolling in Early College courses, students will first need to complete an online profile. To start, click .

2. Early College Registration

Students will complete an ‘Early College Registration’ form before enrolling in college courses. Ƶ Community and Workforce Education (CWE) staff or your school counselor can assist with the registration process.

3. Search for Classes

Students can participate at the high school with an approved instructor or at Ƶ campus or center locations. Students need to contact their school counselor for sections offered at their school. We welcome participation from all Nebraska high school and home school students. For class availability visit .

4. Assessment Scores

If a student is taking a MATH, CHEM or PHYS course, they may need to sign a waiver. For details visit Placement Waiver.

5. WebCentral Login

Need help logging in or resetting a password? Visit .

6. Early College Resources

To assist with important details visit Student/Parent Resources.

Contact:

Harvard High School

Career Pathways and General Education Contact:
Michaela Bourn
Counselor
402-772-2171 (main office)

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Jason Davis
Associate Dean of CWE
402-461-2430

Sandy Samuelson
Regional Director of CWE
402-461-2529

Jamey Peterson-Jones
Early College Director
308-398-7581

Hastings

High school juniors and seniors, who are at least 16 years old, can enroll in college courses through Ƶ.

Early College Opportunities

General Education and Career Pathway courses allow juniors and seniors the opportunity to take college courses while still in high school. Students who complete the course will earn college credit and may receive high school credit. 

Students can choose from a variety of college courses which could lead to a college certificate, diploma, degree, or for transfer to another college. Ƶ currently features 13 Career Pathways. For a list of programs visit Career Pathways.

College classes are available online, televised, lecture, lab, or face-to-face instruction either in the high school or at Ƶ locations. 

Ƶ tuition applies to college courses, visit college cost for a list of tuition and fees. Tuition assistance may be available, check with your school counselor. Discounted tuition for all Nebraska high school and home school students is available. For more information visit early college costs.

Steps To Get Started

1. Create an Account

Before enrolling in Early College courses, students will first need to complete an online profile. To start, click .

2. Early College Registration

Students will complete an ‘Early College Registration’ form before enrolling in college courses. Ƶ Community and Workforce Education (CWE) staff or your school counselor can assist with the registration process.

3. Search for Classes

Students can participate at the high school with an approved instructor or at Ƶ campus or center locations. Students need to contact their school counselor for sections offered at their school. We welcome participation from all Nebraska high school and home school students. For class availability visit .

4. Assessment Scores

If a student is taking a MATH, CHEM or PHYS course, they may need to sign a waiver. For details visit Placement Waiver.

5. WebCentral Login

Need help logging in or resetting a password? Visit .

6. Early College Resources

To assist with important details visit Student/Parent Resources.

Contact:

Hastings High School

Career Pathways and General Education Contact:
Lisa Boucher
Counselor
402-461-7550 (main office)

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Jason Davis
Associate Dean of CWE
402-461-2430

Sandy Samuelson
Regional Director of CWE
402-461-2529

Jamey Peterson-Jones
Early College Director
308-398-7581

Heartland Lutheran

High school juniors and seniors, who are at least 16 years old, can enroll in college courses through Ƶ.

Early College Opportunities

General Education and Career Pathway courses allow juniors and seniors the opportunity to take college courses while still in high school. Students who complete the course will earn college credit and may receive high school credit. 

Students can choose from a variety of college courses which could lead to a college certificate, diploma, degree, or for transfer to another college. Ƶ currently features 13 Career Pathways. For a list of programs visit Career Pathways.

College classes are available online, televised, lecture, lab, or face-to-face instruction either in the high school or at Ƶ locations. 

Ƶ tuition applies to college courses, visit college cost for a list of tuition and fees. Tuition assistance may be available, check with your school counselor. Discounted tuition for all Nebraska high school and home school students is available. For more information visit early college costs.

Steps To Get Started

1. Create an Account

Before enrolling in Early College courses, students will first need to complete an online profile. To start, click .

2. Early College Registration

Students will complete an ‘Early College Registration’ form before enrolling in college courses. Ƶ Community and Workforce Education (CWE) staff or your school counselor can assist with the registration process.

3. Search for Classes

Students can participate at the high school with an approved instructor or at Ƶ campus or center locations. Students need to contact their school counselor for sections offered at their school. We welcome participation from all Nebraska high school and home school students. For class availability visit .

4. Assessment Scores

If a student is taking a MATH, CHEM or PHYS course, they may need to sign a waiver. For details visit Placement Waiver.

5. WebCentral Login

Need help logging in or resetting a password? Visit .

6. Early College Resources

To assist with important details visit Student/Parent Resources.

Contact:

Heartland Lutheran High School

Career Pathways and General Education Contact: 
Tami Johnson
Counselor
308-385-3900 (main office)

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Jerry Dunn
Regional Director of CWE
308-398-7447

Jamey Peterson-Jones
Early College Director
308-398-7581

High Plains

High school juniors and seniors, who are at least 16 years old, can enroll in college courses through Ƶ.

Early College Opportunities

General Education and Career Pathway courses allow juniors and seniors the opportunity to take college courses while still in high school. Students who complete the course will earn college credit and may receive high school credit. 

Students can choose from a variety of college courses which could lead to a college certificate, diploma, degree, or for transfer to another college. Ƶ currently features 13 Career Pathways. For a list of programs visit Career Pathways.

College classes are available online, televised, lecture, lab, or face-to-face instruction either in the high school or at Ƶ locations. 

Ƶ tuition applies to college courses, visit college cost for a list of tuition and fees. Tuition assistance may be available, check with your school counselor. Discounted tuition for all Nebraska high school and home school students is available. For more information visit early college costs.

Steps To Get Started

1. Create an Account

Before enrolling in Early College courses, students will first need to complete an online profile. To start, click .

2. Early College Registration

Students will complete an ‘Early College Registration’ form before enrolling in college courses. Ƶ Community and Workforce Education (CWE) staff or your school counselor can assist with the registration process.

3. Search for Classes

Students can participate at the high school with an approved instructor or at Ƶ campus or center locations. Students need to contact their school counselor for sections offered at their school. We welcome participation from all Nebraska high school and home school students. For class availability visit .

4. Assessment Scores

If a student is taking a MATH, CHEM or PHYS course, they may need to sign a waiver. For details visit Placement Waiver.

5. WebCentral Login

Need help logging in or resetting a password? Visit .

6. Early College Resources

To assist with important details visit Student/Parent Resources.

Contact:

High Plains High School

Career Pathways and General Education Contacts:
John Kucera
Counselor

Micah Fisher
Principal
402-765-3331 (main office)

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Karin Rieger
Associate Dean of CWE
402-562-1222

Erica Leffler
Regional Director of CWE
402-562-1458

Jamey Peterson-Jones
Early College Director
308-398-7581

Holdrege

High school juniors and seniors, who are at least 16 years old, can enroll in college courses through Ƶ.

Early College Opportunities

General Education and Career Pathway courses allow juniors and seniors the opportunity to take college courses while still in high school. Students who complete the course will earn college credit and may receive high school credit. 

Students can choose from a variety of college courses which could lead to a college certificate, diploma, degree, or for transfer to another college. Ƶ currently features 13 Career Pathways. For a list of programs visit Career Pathways.

College classes are available online, televised, lecture, lab, or face-to-face instruction either in the high school or at Ƶ locations. 

Ƶ tuition applies to college courses, visit college cost for a list of tuition and fees. Tuition assistance may be available, check with your school counselor. Discounted tuition for all Nebraska high school and home school students is available. For more information visit early college costs.

Steps To Get Started

1. Create an Account

Before enrolling in Early College courses, students will first need to complete an online profile. To start, click .

2. Early College Registration

Students will complete an ‘Early College Registration’ form before enrolling in college courses. Ƶ Community and Workforce Education (CWE) staff or your school counselor can assist with the registration process.

3. Search for Classes

Students can participate at the high school with an approved instructor or at Ƶ campus or center locations. Students need to contact their school counselor for sections offered at their school. We welcome participation from all Nebraska high school and home school students. For class availability visit .

4. Assessment Scores

If a student is taking a MATH, CHEM or PHYS course, they may need to sign a waiver. For details visit Placement Waiver.

5. WebCentral Login

Need help logging in or resetting a password? Visit .

6. Early College Resources

To assist with important details visit Student/Parent Resources.

Contact:

Holdrege High School

Career Pathways and General Education Contact:
Julie Freburg
Counselor

Pat Nelson
Guidance office assistant/learning center manager
308-995-6558 (main office)

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Diana Watson
Regional Director / International Studies Coordinator
308-338-4070

Jamey Peterson-Jones
Early College Director
308-398-7581

Howells-Dodge

High school juniors and seniors, who are at least 16 years old, can enroll in college courses through Ƶ.

Early College Opportunities

General Education and Career Pathway courses allow juniors and seniors the opportunity to take college courses while still in high school. Students who complete the course will earn college credit and may receive high school credit. 

Students can choose from a variety of college courses which could lead to a college certificate, diploma, degree, or for transfer to another college. Ƶ currently features 13 Career Pathways. For a list of programs visit Career Pathways.

College classes are available online, televised, lecture, lab, or face-to-face instruction either in the high school or at Ƶ locations. 

Ƶ tuition applies to college courses, visit college cost for a list of tuition and fees. Tuition assistance may be available, check with your school counselor. Discounted tuition for all Nebraska high school and home school students is available. For more information visit early college costs.

Steps To Get Started

1. Create an Account

Before enrolling in Early College courses, students will first need to complete an online profile. To start, click .

2. Early College Registration

Students will complete an ‘Early College Registration’ form before enrolling in college courses. Ƶ Community and Workforce Education (CWE) staff or your school counselor can assist with the registration process.

3. Search for Classes

Students can participate at the high school with an approved instructor or at Ƶ campus or center locations. Students need to contact their school counselor for sections offered at their school. We welcome participation from all Nebraska high school and home school students. For class availability visit .

4. Assessment Scores

If a student is taking a MATH, CHEM or PHYS course, they may need to sign a waiver. For details visit Placement Waiver.

5. WebCentral Login

Need help logging in or resetting a password? Visit .

6. Early College Resources

To assist with important details visit Student/Parent Resources.

Contact:

Howells-Dodge High School

Career Pathways and General Education Contact:
Pam Basata
Counselor
402-986-1621 (main office)

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Karin Rieger
Associate Dean of CWE
402-562-1222

Erica Leffler
Regional Director of CWE
402-562-1458

Jamey Peterson-Jones
Early College Director
308-398-7581

Humphrey

High school juniors and seniors, who are at least 16 years old, can enroll in college courses through Ƶ.

Early College Opportunities

General Education and Career Pathway courses allow juniors and seniors the opportunity to take college courses while still in high school. Students who complete the course will earn college credit and may receive high school credit. 

Students can choose from a variety of college courses which could lead to a college certificate, diploma, degree, or for transfer to another college. Ƶ currently features 13 Career Pathways. For a list of programs visit Career Pathways.

College classes are available online, televised, lecture, lab, or face-to-face instruction either in the high school or at Ƶ locations. 

Ƶ tuition applies to college courses, visit college cost for a list of tuition and fees. Tuition assistance may be available, check with your school counselor. Discounted tuition for all Nebraska high school and home school students is available. For more information visit early college costs.

Steps To Get Started

1. Create an Account

Before enrolling in Early College courses, students will first need to complete an online profile. To start, click .

2. Early College Registration

Students will complete an ‘Early College Registration’ form before enrolling in college courses. Ƶ Community and Workforce Education (CWE) staff or your school counselor can assist with the registration process.

3. Search for Classes

Students can participate at the high school with an approved instructor or at Ƶ campus or center locations. Students need to contact their school counselor for sections offered at their school. We welcome participation from all Nebraska high school and home school students. For class availability visit .

4. Assessment Scores

If a student is taking a MATH, CHEM or PHYS course, they may need to sign a waiver. For details visit Placement Waiver.

5. WebCentral Login

Need help logging in or resetting a password? Visit .

6. Early College Resources

To assist with important details visit Student/Parent Resources.

Contact:

Humphrey High School

Career Pathways and General Education Contact:
Cami Oelsligle
Counselor
402-923-1230 (main office)

Ƶ

Karin Rieger
Associate Dean of CWE
402-562-1222

Erica Leffler
Regional Director of CWE
402-562-1458

Jamey Peterson-Jones
Early College Director
308-398-7581

Kearney

High school juniors and seniors, who are at least 16 years old, can enroll in college courses through Ƶ.

Early College Opportunities

General Education and Career Pathway courses allow juniors and seniors the opportunity to take college courses while still in high school. Students who complete the course will earn college credit and may receive high school credit. 

Students can choose from a variety of college courses which could lead to a college certificate, diploma, degree, or for transfer to another college. Ƶ currently features 13 Career Pathways. For a list of programs visit Career Pathways.

College classes are available online, televised, lecture, lab, or face-to-face instruction either in the high school or at Ƶ locations. 

Ƶ tuition applies to college courses, visit college cost for a list of tuition and fees. Tuition assistance may be available, check with your school counselor. Discounted tuition for all Nebraska high school and home school students is available. For more information visit early college costs.

Steps To Get Started

1. Create an Account

Before enrolling in Early College courses, students will first need to complete an online profile. To start, click .

2. Early College Registration

Students will complete an ‘Early College Registration’ form before enrolling in college courses. Ƶ Community and Workforce Education (CWE) staff or your school counselor can assist with the registration process.

3. Search for Classes

Students can participate at the high school with an approved instructor or at Ƶ campus or center locations. Students need to contact their school counselor for sections offered at their school. We welcome participation from all Nebraska high school and home school students. For class availability visit .

4. Assessment Scores

If a student is taking a MATH, CHEM or PHYS course, they may need to sign a waiver. For details visit Placement Waiver.

5. WebCentral Login

Need help logging in or resetting a password? Visit .

6. Early College Resources

To assist with important details visit Student/Parent Resources.

Contact:

Kearney High School

Career Pathways and General Education Contact:
Melissa Herrmann
Director of 6-12 Education

Alecia Boyd
Counselor

Tennille Allison
College and Career Readiness

308-698-8060 (main office)

Ƶ

Daniel Gettinger
Associate Dean of CWE
308-338-4011

Ruth Kirkland
Early College/Health Programming Coordinator
308-338-4036

Jamey Peterson-Jones
Early College Director
308-398-7581

Kearney Catholic

High school juniors and seniors, who are at least 16 years old, can enroll in college courses through Ƶ.

Early College Opportunities

General Education and Career Pathway courses allow juniors and seniors the opportunity to take college courses while still in high school. Students who complete the course will earn college credit and may receive high school credit. 

Students can choose from a variety of college courses which could lead to a college certificate, diploma, degree, or for transfer to another college. Ƶ currently features 13 Career Pathways. For a list of programs visit Career Pathways.

College classes are available online, televised, lecture, lab, or face-to-face instruction either in the high school or at Ƶ locations. 

Ƶ tuition applies to college courses, visit college cost for a list of tuition and fees. Tuition assistance may be available, check with your school counselor. Discounted tuition for all Nebraska high school and home school students is available. For more information visit early college costs.

Steps To Get Started

1. Create an Account

Before enrolling in Early College courses, students will first need to complete an online profile. To start, click .

2. Early College Registration

Students will complete an ‘Early College Registration’ form before enrolling in college courses. Ƶ Community and Workforce Education (CWE) staff or your school counselor can assist with the registration process.

3. Search for Classes

Students can participate at the high school with an approved instructor or at Ƶ campus or center locations. Students need to contact their school counselor for sections offered at their school. We welcome participation from all Nebraska high school and home school students. For class availability visit .

4. Assessment Scores

If a student is taking a MATH, CHEM or PHYS course, they may need to sign a waiver. For details visit Placement Waiver.

5. WebCentral Login

Need help logging in or resetting a password? Visit .

6. Early College Resources

To assist with important details visit Student/Parent Resources.

Contact:

Kearney Catholic High School

Career Pathways and General Education Contact:
Jessie Kaskie
Teacher

Josh Pierce
Counselor
308-234-2610 (main office)

Ƶ

Daniel Gettinger
Associate Dean of CWE
308-338-4011

Ruth Kirkland
Early College/Health Programming Coordinator
308-338-4036

Jamey Peterson-Jones
Early College Director
308-398-7581

Kearney West

High school juniors and seniors, who are at least 16 years old, can enroll in college courses through Ƶ.

Early College Opportunities

General Education and Career Pathway courses allow juniors and seniors the opportunity to take college courses while still in high school. Students who complete the course will earn college credit and may receive high school credit. 

Students can choose from a variety of college courses which could lead to a college certificate, diploma, degree, or for transfer to another college. Ƶ currently features 13 Career Pathways. For a list of programs visit Career Pathways.

College classes are available online, televised, lecture, lab, or face-to-face instruction either in the high school or at Ƶ locations. 

Ƶ tuition applies to college courses, visit college cost for a list of tuition and fees. Tuition assistance may be available, check with your school counselor. Discounted tuition for all Nebraska high school and home school students is available. For more information visit early college costs.

Steps To Get Started

1. Create an Account

Before enrolling in Early College courses, students will first need to complete an online profile. To start, click .

2. Early College Registration

Students will complete an ‘Early College Registration’ form before enrolling in college courses. Ƶ Community and Workforce Education (CWE) staff or your school counselor can assist with the registration process.

3. Search for Classes

Students can participate at the high school with an approved instructor or at Ƶ campus or center locations. Students need to contact their school counselor for sections offered at their school. We welcome participation from all Nebraska high school and home school students. For class availability visit .

4. Assessment Scores

If a student is taking a MATH, CHEM or PHYS course, they may need to sign a waiver. For details visit Placement Waiver.

5. WebCentral Login

Need help logging in or resetting a password? Visit .

6. Early College Resources

To assist with important details visit Student/Parent Resources.

Contact:

Kearney West High School

Career Pathways and General Education Contact:
Roger Doud
Counselor
308-338-2011 (main office)

Ƶ

Daniel Gettinger
Associate Dean of CWE
308-338-4011

Ruth Kirkland
Early College/Health Programing Coordinator
308-338-4036

Jamey Peterson-Jones
Early College Director
308-398-7581

Kenesaw

High school juniors and seniors, who are at least 16 years old, can enroll in college courses through Ƶ.

Early College Opportunities

General Education and Career Pathway courses allow juniors and seniors the opportunity to take college courses while still in high school. Students who complete the course will earn college credit and may receive high school credit. 

Students can choose from a variety of college courses which could lead to a college certificate, diploma, degree, or for transfer to another college. Ƶ currently features 13 Career Pathways. For a list of programs visit Career Pathways.

College classes are available online, televised, lecture, lab, or face-to-face instruction either in the high school or at Ƶ locations. 

Ƶ tuition applies to college courses, visit college cost for a list of tuition and fees. Tuition assistance may be available, check with your school counselor. Discounted tuition for all Nebraska high school and home school students is available. For more information visit early college costs.

Steps To Get Started

1. Create an Account

Before enrolling in Early College courses, students will first need to complete an online profile. To start, click .

2. Early College Registration

Students will complete an ‘Early College Registration’ form before enrolling in college courses. Ƶ Community and Workforce Education (CWE) staff or your school counselor can assist with the registration process.

3. Search for Classes

Students can participate at the high school with an approved instructor or at Ƶ campus or center locations. Students need to contact their school counselor for sections offered at their school. We welcome participation from all Nebraska high school and home school students. For class availability visit .

4. Assessment Scores

If a student is taking a MATH, CHEM or PHYS course, they may need to sign a waiver. For details visit Placement Waiver.

5. WebCentral Login

Need help logging in or resetting a password? Visit .

6. Early College Resources

To assist with important details visit Student/Parent Resources.

Contact:

Kenesaw High School

Career Pathways and General Education Contact:
Chuck Roe
Counselor
402-752-3215 (main office)

Ƶ

Jason Davis
Associate Dean of CWE
402-461-2430

Sandy Samuelson
Regional Director of CWE
402-461-2529

Jamey Peterson-Jones
Early College Director
308-398-7581

Lakeview

High school juniors and seniors, who are at least 16 years old, can enroll in college courses through Ƶ.

Early College Opportunities

General Education and Career Pathway courses allow juniors and seniors the opportunity to take college courses while still in high school. Students who complete the course will earn college credit and may receive high school credit. 

Students can choose from a variety of college courses which could lead to a college certificate, diploma, degree, or for transfer to another college. Ƶ currently features 13 Career Pathways. For a list of programs visit Career Pathways.

College classes are available online, televised, lecture, lab, or face-to-face instruction either in the high school or at Ƶ locations. 

Ƶ tuition applies to college courses, visit college cost for a list of tuition and fees. Tuition assistance may be available, check with your school counselor. Discounted tuition for all Nebraska high school and home school students is available. For more information visit early college costs.

Steps To Get Started

1. Create an Account

Before enrolling in Early College courses, students will first need to complete an online profile. To start, click .

2. Early College Registration

Students will complete an ‘Early College Registration’ form before enrolling in college courses. Ƶ Community and Workforce Education (CWE) staff or your school counselor can assist with the registration process.

3. Search for Classes

Students can participate at the high school with an approved instructor or at Ƶ campus or center locations. Students need to contact their school counselor for sections offered at their school. We welcome participation from all Nebraska high school and home school students. For class availability visit .

4. Assessment Scores

If a student is taking a MATH, CHEM or PHYS course, they may need to sign a waiver. For details visit Placement Waiver.

5. WebCentral Login

Need help logging in or resetting a password? Visit .

6. Early College Resources

To assist with important details visit Student/Parent Resources.

Contact:

Lakeview High School

Career Pathways and General Education Contacts:
Paige Rambour
Counselor

Steve Borer
Principal
402-564-8518 (main office)

Ƶ

Karin Rieger
Associate Dean of CWE
402-562-1222

Erica Leffler
Regional Director of CWE
402-562-1458

Jamey Peterson-Jones
Early College Director
308-398-7581

Lawrence-Nelson

High school juniors and seniors, who are at least 16 years old, can enroll in college courses through Ƶ.

Early College Opportunities

General Education and Career Pathway courses allow juniors and seniors the opportunity to take college courses while still in high school. Students who complete the course will earn college credit and may receive high school credit. 

Students can choose from a variety of college courses which could lead to a college certificate, diploma, degree, or for transfer to another college. Ƶ currently features 13 Career Pathways. For a list of programs visit Career Pathways.

College classes are available online, televised, lecture, lab, or face-to-face instruction either in the high school or at Ƶ locations. 

Ƶ tuition applies to college courses, visit college cost for a list of tuition and fees. Tuition assistance may be available, check with your school counselor. Discounted tuition for all Nebraska high school and home school students is available. For more information visit early college costs.

Steps To Get Started

1. Create an Account

Before enrolling in Early College courses, students will first need to complete an online profile. To start, click .

2. Early College Registration

Students will complete an ‘Early College Registration’ form before enrolling in college courses. Ƶ Community and Workforce Education (CWE) staff or your school counselor can assist with the registration process.

3. Search for Classes

Students can participate at the high school with an approved instructor or at Ƶ campus or center locations. Students need to contact their school counselor for sections offered at their school. We welcome participation from all Nebraska high school and home school students. For class availability visit .

4. Assessment Scores

If a student is taking a MATH, CHEM or PHYS course, they may need to sign a waiver. For details visit Placement Waiver.

5. WebCentral Login

Need help logging in or resetting a password? Visit .

6. Early College Resources

To assist with important details visit Student/Parent Resources.

Contact:

Lawrence-Nelson High School

Career Pathways and General Education Contact:
Amber Epley
Counselor
402-225-3371 (main office)

Ƶ

Jason Davis
Associate Dean of CWE
402-461-2430

Sandy Samuelson
Regional Director of CWE
402-461-2529

Jamey Peterson-Jones
Early College Director
308-398-7581

Leigh

High school juniors and seniors, who are at least 16 years old, can enroll in college courses through Ƶ.

Early College Opportunities

General Education and Career Pathway courses allow juniors and seniors the opportunity to take college courses while still in high school. Students who complete the course will earn college credit and may receive high school credit. 

Students can choose from a variety of college courses which could lead to a college certificate, diploma, degree, or for transfer to another college. Ƶ currently features 13 Career Pathways. For a list of programs visit Career Pathways.

College classes are available online, televised, lecture, lab, or face-to-face instruction either in the high school or at Ƶ locations. 

Ƶ tuition applies to college courses, visit college cost for a list of tuition and fees. Tuition assistance may be available, check with your school counselor. Discounted tuition for all Nebraska high school and home school students is available. For more information visit early college costs.

Steps To Get Started

1. Create an Account

Before enrolling in Early College courses, students will first need to complete an online profile. To start, click .

2. Early College Registration

Students will complete an ‘Early College Registration’ form before enrolling in college courses. Ƶ Community and Workforce Education (CWE) staff or your school counselor can assist with the registration process.

3. Search for Classes

Students can participate at the high school with an approved instructor or at Ƶ campus or center locations. Students need to contact their school counselor for sections offered at their school. We welcome participation from all Nebraska high school and home school students. For class availability visit .

4. Assessment Scores

If a student is taking a MATH, CHEM or PHYS course, they may need to sign a waiver. For details visit Placement Waiver.

5. WebCentral Login

Need help logging in or resetting a password? Visit .

6. Early College Resources

To assist with important details visit Student/Parent Resources.

Contact:

Leigh High School

Career Pathways and General Education Contact:
Maddie Gall
Counselor
402-487-2228 (main office)

Ƶ

Karin Rieger
Associate Dean of CWE
402-562-1222

Erica Leffler
Regional Director of CWE
402-562-1458

Jamey Peterson-Jones
Early College Director
308-398-7581

Lexington

High school juniors and seniors, who are at least 16 years old, can enroll in college courses through Ƶ.

Early College Opportunities

General Education and Career Pathway courses allow juniors and seniors the opportunity to take college courses while still in high school. Students who complete the course will earn college credit and may receive high school credit. 

Students can choose from a variety of college courses which could lead to a college certificate, diploma, degree, or for transfer to another college. Ƶ currently features 13 Career Pathways. For a list of programs visit Career Pathways.

College classes are available online, televised, lecture, lab, or face-to-face instruction either in the high school or at Ƶ locations. 

Ƶ tuition applies to college courses, visit college cost for a list of tuition and fees. Tuition assistance may be available, check with your school counselor. Discounted tuition for all Nebraska high school and home school students is available. For more information visit early college costs.

Steps To Get Started

1. Create an Account

Before enrolling in Early College courses, students will first need to complete an online profile. To start, click .

2. Early College Registration

Students will complete an ‘Early College Registration’ form before enrolling in college courses. Ƶ Community and Workforce Education (CWE) staff or your school counselor can assist with the registration process.

3. Search for Classes

Students can participate at the high school with an approved instructor or at Ƶ campus or center locations. Students need to contact their school counselor for sections offered at their school. We welcome participation from all Nebraska high school and home school students. For class availability visit .

4. Assessment Scores

If a student is taking a MATH, CHEM or PHYS course, they may need to sign a waiver. For details visit Placement Waiver.

5. WebCentral Login

Need help logging in or resetting a password? Visit .

6. Early College Resources

To assist with important details visit Student/Parent Resources.

Contact:

Lexington High School

Career Pathways and General Education Contact:
Cyndi Hoyt
Counselor

Joel Lemus
Counselor
308-324-4691 (main office)

Ƶ

Amy Hill
Regional Director of CWE
308-338-4080

Jamey Peterson-Jones
Early College Director
308-398-7581

Lindsay Holy Family

High school juniors and seniors, who are at least 16 years old, can enroll in college courses through Ƶ.

Early College Opportunities

General Education and Career Pathway courses allow juniors and seniors the opportunity to take college courses while still in high school. Students who complete the course will earn college credit and may receive high school credit. 

Students can choose from a variety of college courses which could lead to a college certificate, diploma, degree, or for transfer to another college. Ƶ currently features 13 Career Pathways. For a list of programs visit Career Pathways.

College classes are available online, televised, lecture, lab, or face-to-face instruction either in the high school or at Ƶ locations. 

Ƶ tuition applies to college courses, visit college cost for a list of tuition and fees. Tuition assistance may be available, check with your school counselor. Discounted tuition for all Nebraska high school and home school students is available. For more information visit early college costs.

Steps To Get Started

1. Create an Account

Before enrolling in Early College courses, students will first need to complete an online profile. To start, click .

2. Early College Registration

Students will complete an ‘Early College Registration’ form before enrolling in college courses. Ƶ Community and Workforce Education (CWE) staff or your school counselor can assist with the registration process.

3. Search for Classes

Students can participate at the high school with an approved instructor or at Ƶ campus or center locations. Students need to contact their school counselor for sections offered at their school. We welcome participation from all Nebraska high school and home school students. For class availability visit .

4. Assessment Scores

If a student is taking a MATH, CHEM or PHYS course, they may need to sign a waiver. For details visit Placement Waiver.

5. WebCentral Login

Need help logging in or resetting a password? Visit .

6. Early College Resources

To assist with important details visit Student/Parent Resources.

Contact:

Lindsay Holy Family High School

Career Pathways and General Education Contacts:
Missy Braun
Counselor

Darci Lindgren
Teacher
402-428-3215 (main office)

Ƶ

Karin Rieger
Associate Dean of CWE
402-562-1222

Erica Leffler
Regional Director of CWE
402-562-1458

Jamey Peterson-Jones
Early College Director
308-398-7581

Litchfield

High school juniors and seniors, who are at least 16 years old, can enroll in college courses through Ƶ.

Early College Opportunities

General Education and Career Pathway courses allow juniors and seniors the opportunity to take college courses while still in high school. Students who complete the course will earn college credit and may receive high school credit. 

Students can choose from a variety of college courses which could lead to a college certificate, diploma, degree, or for transfer to another college. Ƶ currently features 13 Career Pathways. For a list of programs visit Career Pathways.

College classes are available online, televised, lecture, lab, or face-to-face instruction either in the high school or at Ƶ locations. 

Ƶ tuition applies to college courses, visit college cost for a list of tuition and fees. Tuition assistance may be available, check with your school counselor. Discounted tuition for all Nebraska high school and home school students is available. For more information visit early college costs.

Steps To Get Started

1. Create an Account

Before enrolling in Early College courses, students will first need to complete an online profile. To start, click .

2. Early College Registration

Students will complete an ‘Early College Registration’ form before enrolling in college courses. Ƶ Community and Workforce Education (CWE) staff or your school counselor can assist with the registration process.

3. Search for Classes

Students can participate at the high school with an approved instructor or at Ƶ campus or center locations. Students need to contact their school counselor for sections offered at their school. We welcome participation from all Nebraska high school and home school students. For class availability visit .

4. Assessment Scores

If a student is taking a MATH, CHEM or PHYS course, they may need to sign a waiver. For details visit Placement Waiver.

5. WebCentral Login

Need help logging in or resetting a password? Visit .

6. Early College Resources

To assist with important details visit Student/Parent Resources.

Contact:

Litchfield High School

Career Pathways and General Education Contact:
Susan Poland
Counselor
308-446-2244 (main office)

Ƶ

Jerry Dunn
Regional Director of CWE
402-562-1222

Jamey Peterson-Jones
Early College Director
308-398-7581

Loomis

High school juniors and seniors, who are at least 16 years old, can enroll in college courses through Ƶ.

Early College Opportunities

General Education and Career Pathway courses allow juniors and seniors the opportunity to take college courses while still in high school. Students who complete the course will earn college credit and may receive high school credit. 

Students can choose from a variety of college courses which could lead to a college certificate, diploma, degree, or for transfer to another college. Ƶ currently features 13 Career Pathways. For a list of programs visit Career Pathways.

College classes are available online, televised, lecture, lab, or face-to-face instruction either in the high school or at Ƶ locations. 

Ƶ tuition applies to college courses, visit college cost for a list of tuition and fees. Tuition assistance may be available, check with your school counselor. Discounted tuition for all Nebraska high school and home school students is available. For more information visit early college costs.

Steps To Get Started

1. Create an Account

Before enrolling in Early College courses, students will first need to complete an online profile. To start, click .

2. Early College Registration

Students will complete an ‘Early College Registration’ form before enrolling in college courses. Ƶ Community and Workforce Education (CWE) staff or your school counselor can assist with the registration process.

3. Search for Classes

Students can participate at the high school with an approved instructor or at Ƶ campus or center locations. Students need to contact their school counselor for sections offered at their school. We welcome participation from all Nebraska high school and home school students. For class availability visit .

4. Assessment Scores

If a student is taking a MATH, CHEM or PHYS course, they may need to sign a waiver. For details visit Placement Waiver.

5. WebCentral Login

Need help logging in or resetting a password? Visit .

6. Early College Resources

To assist with important details visit Student/Parent Resources.

Contact:

Loomis High School

Career Pathways and General Education Contact:
Dana Meyer
Counselor
308-876-2111 (main office)

Ƶ

Diana Watson
Regional Director / International Studies Coordinator
308-338-4070

Jamey Peterson-Jones
Early College Director
308-398-7581

Loup City

High school juniors and seniors, who are at least 16 years old, can enroll in college courses through Ƶ.

Early College Opportunities

General Education and Career Pathway courses allow juniors and seniors the opportunity to take college courses while still in high school. Students who complete the course will earn college credit and may receive high school credit. 

Students can choose from a variety of college courses which could lead to a college certificate, diploma, degree, or for transfer to another college. Ƶ currently features 13 Career Pathways. For a list of programs visit Career Pathways.

College classes are available online, televised, lecture, lab, or face-to-face instruction either in the high school or at Ƶ locations. 

Ƶ tuition applies to college courses, visit college cost for a list of tuition and fees. Tuition assistance may be available, check with your school counselor. Discounted tuition for all Nebraska high school and home school students is available. For more information visit early college costs.

Steps To Get Started

1. Create an Account

Before enrolling in Early College courses, students will first need to complete an online profile. To start, click .

2. Early College Registration

Students will complete an ‘Early College Registration’ form before enrolling in college courses. Ƶ Community and Workforce Education (CWE) staff or your school counselor can assist with the registration process.

3. Search for Classes

Students can participate at the high school with an approved instructor or at Ƶ campus or center locations. Students need to contact their school counselor for sections offered at their school. We welcome participation from all Nebraska high school and home school students. For class availability visit .

4. Assessment Scores

If a student is taking a MATH, CHEM or PHYS course, they may need to sign a waiver. For details visit Placement Waiver.

5. WebCentral Login

Need help logging in or resetting a password? Visit .

6. Early College Resources

To assist with important details visit Student/Parent Resources.

Contact:

Loup City High School

Career Pathways and General Education Contact:
Brenda Gregory
Counselor
308-745-0548 (main office)

Ƶ

Jerry Dunn
Regional Director of CWE
402-562-1222

Jamey Peterson-Jones
Early College Director
308-398-7581

Minden

High school juniors and seniors, who are at least 16 years old, can enroll in college courses through Ƶ.

Early College Opportunities

General Education and Career Pathway courses allow juniors and seniors the opportunity to take college courses while still in high school. Students who complete the course will earn college credit and may receive high school credit. 

Students can choose from a variety of college courses which could lead to a college certificate, diploma, degree, or for transfer to another college. Ƶ currently features 13 Career Pathways. For a list of programs visit Career Pathways.

College classes are available online, televised, lecture, lab, or face-to-face instruction either in the high school or at Ƶ locations. 

Ƶ tuition applies to college courses, visit college cost for a list of tuition and fees. Tuition assistance may be available, check with your school counselor. Discounted tuition for all Nebraska high school and home school students is available. For more information visit early college costs.

Steps To Get Started

1. Create an Account

Before enrolling in Early College courses, students will first need to complete an online profile. To start, click .

2. Early College Registration

Students will complete an ‘Early College Registration’ form before enrolling in college courses. Ƶ Community and Workforce Education (CWE) staff or your school counselor can assist with the registration process.

3. Search for Classes

Students can participate at the high school with an approved instructor or at Ƶ campus or center locations. Students need to contact their school counselor for sections offered at their school. We welcome participation from all Nebraska high school and home school students. For class availability visit .

4. Assessment Scores

If a student is taking a MATH, CHEM or PHYS course, they may need to sign a waiver. For details visit Placement Waiver.

5. WebCentral Login

Need help logging in or resetting a password? Visit .

6. Early College Resources

To assist with important details visit Student/Parent Resources.

Contact:

Minden High School

Career Pathways and General Education Contact:
Jeffrey Horner
Counselor
308-832-2254 (main office)

Ƶ

Diana Watson
Regional Director / International Studies Coordinator
308-338-4070

Jamey Peterson-Jones
Early College Director
308-398-7581

Nebraska Christian

High school juniors and seniors, who are at least 16 years old, can enroll in college courses through Ƶ.

Early College Opportunities

General Education and Career Pathway courses allow juniors and seniors the opportunity to take college courses while still in high school. Students who complete the course will earn college credit and may receive high school credit. 

Students can choose from a variety of college courses which could lead to a college certificate, diploma, degree, or for transfer to another college. Ƶ currently features 13 Career Pathways. For a list of programs visit Career Pathways.

College classes are available online, televised, lecture, lab, or face-to-face instruction either in the high school or at Ƶ locations. 

Ƶ tuition applies to college courses, visit college cost for a list of tuition and fees. Tuition assistance may be available, check with your school counselor. Discounted tuition for all Nebraska high school and home school students is available. For more information visit early college costs.

Steps To Get Started

1. Create an Account

Before enrolling in Early College courses, students will first need to complete an online profile. To start, click .

2. Early College Registration

Students will complete an ‘Early College Registration’ form before enrolling in college courses. Ƶ Community and Workforce Education (CWE) staff or your school counselor can assist with the registration process.

3. Search for Classes

Students can participate at the high school with an approved instructor or at Ƶ campus or center locations. Students need to contact their school counselor for sections offered at their school. We welcome participation from all Nebraska high school and home school students. For class availability visit .

4. Assessment Scores

If a student is taking a MATH, CHEM or PHYS course, they may need to sign a waiver. For details visit Placement Waiver.

5. WebCentral Login

Need help logging in or resetting a password? Visit .

6. Early College Resources

To assist with important details visit Student/Parent Resources.

Contact:

Nebraska Christian High School

Career Pathways and General Education Contacts:
Shilo Birnie
Counselor
308-946-3836 (main office)

Ƶ

Karin Rieger
Associate Dean of CWE
402-562-1222

Erica Leffler
Regional Director of CWE
402-562-1458

Jamey Peterson-Jones
Early College Director
308-398-7581

Northwest

High school juniors and seniors, who are at least 16 years old, can enroll in college courses through Ƶ.

Early College Opportunities

General Education and Career Pathway courses allow juniors and seniors the opportunity to take college courses while still in high school. Students who complete the course will earn college credit and may receive high school credit. 

Students can choose from a variety of college courses which could lead to a college certificate, diploma, degree, or for transfer to another college. Ƶ currently features 13 Career Pathways. For a list of programs visit Career Pathways.

College classes are available online, televised, lecture, lab, or face-to-face instruction either in the high school or at Ƶ locations. 

Ƶ tuition applies to college courses, visit college cost for a list of tuition and fees. Tuition assistance may be available, check with your school counselor. Discounted tuition for all Nebraska high school and home school students is available. For more information visit early college costs.

Steps To Get Started

1. Create an Account

Before enrolling in Early College courses, students will first need to complete an online profile. To start, click .

2. Early College Registration

Students will complete an ‘Early College Registration’ form before enrolling in college courses. Ƶ Community and Workforce Education (CWE) staff or your school counselor can assist with the registration process.

3. Search for Classes

Students can participate at the high school with an approved instructor or at Ƶ campus or center locations. Students need to contact their school counselor for sections offered at their school. We welcome participation from all Nebraska high school and home school students. For class availability visit .

4. Assessment Scores

If a student is taking a MATH, CHEM or PHYS course, they may need to sign a waiver. For details visit Placement Waiver.

5. WebCentral Login

Need help logging in or resetting a password? Visit .

6. Early College Resources

To assist with important details visit Student/Parent Resources.

Contact:

Northwest High School

Career Pathways and General Education Contacts:
Lori Merritt
Counselor

Melanie Smith
Counselor
308-385-6394 (main office)

Ƶ

Jerry Dunn
Regional Director of CWE
308-398-7447

Jamey Peterson-Jones
Early College Director
308-398-7581

Ord

High school juniors and seniors, who are at least 16 years old, can enroll in college courses through Ƶ.

Early College Opportunities

General Education and Career Pathway courses allow juniors and seniors the opportunity to take college courses while still in high school. Students who complete the course will earn college credit and may receive high school credit. 

Students can choose from a variety of college courses which could lead to a college certificate, diploma, degree, or for transfer to another college. Ƶ currently features 13 Career Pathways. For a list of programs visit Career Pathways.

College classes are available online, televised, lecture, lab, or face-to-face instruction either in the high school or at Ƶ locations. 

Ƶ tuition applies to college courses, visit college cost for a list of tuition and fees. Tuition assistance may be available, check with your school counselor. Discounted tuition for all Nebraska high school and home school students is available. For more information visit early college costs.

Steps To Get Started

1. Create an Account

Before enrolling in Early College courses, students will first need to complete an online profile. To start, click .

2. Early College Registration

Students will complete an ‘Early College Registration’ form before enrolling in college courses. Ƶ Community and Workforce Education (CWE) staff or your school counselor can assist with the registration process.

3. Search for Classes

Students can participate at the high school with an approved instructor or at Ƶ campus or center locations. Students need to contact their school counselor for sections offered at their school. We welcome participation from all Nebraska high school and home school students. For class availability visit .

4. Assessment Scores

If a student is taking a MATH, CHEM or PHYS course, they may need to sign a waiver. For details visit Placement Waiver.

5. WebCentral Login

Need help logging in or resetting a password? Visit .

6. Early College Resources

To assist with important details visit Student/Parent Resources.

Contact:

Ord High School

Career Pathways and General Education Contact:
Lana Kruml
Counselor
308-728-3241 (main office)

Ƶ

Karin Rieger
Associate Dean of CWE
402-562-1222

Crystal Ramm
Regional Director of CWE
308-728-3299

Jamey Peterson-Jones
Early College Director
308-398-7581

Osceola

High school juniors and seniors, who are at least 16 years old, can enroll in college courses through Ƶ.

Early College Opportunities

General Education and Career Pathway courses allow juniors and seniors the opportunity to take college courses while still in high school. Students who complete the course will earn college credit and may receive high school credit. 

Students can choose from a variety of college courses which could lead to a college certificate, diploma, degree, or for transfer to another college. Ƶ currently features 13 Career Pathways. For a list of programs visit Career Pathways.

College classes are available online, televised, lecture, lab, or face-to-face instruction either in the high school or at Ƶ locations. 

Ƶ tuition applies to college courses, visit college cost for a list of tuition and fees. Tuition assistance may be available, check with your school counselor. Discounted tuition for all Nebraska high school and home school students is available. For more information visit early college costs.

Steps To Get Started

1. Create an Account

Before enrolling in Early College courses, students will first need to complete an online profile. To start, click .

2. Early College Registration

Students will complete an ‘Early College Registration’ form before enrolling in college courses. Ƶ Community and Workforce Education (CWE) staff or your school counselor can assist with the registration process.

3. Search for Classes

Students can participate at the high school with an approved instructor or at Ƶ campus or center locations. Students need to contact their school counselor for sections offered at their school. We welcome participation from all Nebraska high school and home school students. For class availability visit .

4. Assessment Scores

If a student is taking a MATH, CHEM or PHYS course, they may need to sign a waiver. For details visit Placement Waiver.

5. WebCentral Login

Need help logging in or resetting a password? Visit .

6. Early College Resources

To assist with important details visit Student/Parent Resources.

Contact:

Osceola High School

Career Pathways and General Education Contact:
April White
Counselor
402-747-3121

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Karin Rieger
Associate Dean of CWE
402-562-1222

Erica Leffler
Regional Director of CWE
402-562-1458

Jamey Peterson-Jones
Early College Director
308-398-7581

Overton

High school juniors and seniors, who are at least 16 years old, can enroll in college courses through Ƶ.

Early College Opportunities

General Education and Career Pathway courses allow juniors and seniors the opportunity to take college courses while still in high school. Students who complete the course will earn college credit and may receive high school credit. 

Students can choose from a variety of college courses which could lead to a college certificate, diploma, degree, or for transfer to another college. Ƶ currently features 13 Career Pathways. For a list of programs visit Career Pathways.

College classes are available online, televised, lecture, lab, or face-to-face instruction either in the high school or at Ƶ locations. 

Ƶ tuition applies to college courses, visit college cost for a list of tuition and fees. Tuition assistance may be available, check with your school counselor. Discounted tuition for all Nebraska high school and home school students is available. For more information visit early college costs.

Steps To Get Started

1. Create an Account

Before enrolling in Early College courses, students will first need to complete an online profile. To start, click .

2. Early College Registration

Students will complete an ‘Early College Registration’ form before enrolling in college courses. Ƶ Community and Workforce Education (CWE) staff or your school counselor can assist with the registration process.

3. Search for Classes

Students can participate at the high school with an approved instructor or at Ƶ campus or center locations. Students need to contact their school counselor for sections offered at their school. We welcome participation from all Nebraska high school and home school students. For class availability visit .

4. Assessment Scores

If a student is taking a MATH, CHEM or PHYS course, they may need to sign a waiver. For details visit Placement Waiver.

5. WebCentral Login

Need help logging in or resetting a password? Visit .

6. Early College Resources

To assist with important details visit Student/Parent Resources.

Contact:

Overton High School

Career Pathways and General Education Contact:
Jody Skallberg
Counselor

Brian Fleischman
Principal
308-987-2424

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Amy Hill
Regional Director of CWE
308-338-4080

Jamey Peterson-Jones
Early College Director
308-398-7581

Palmer

High school juniors and seniors, who are at least 16 years old, can enroll in college courses through Ƶ.

Early College Opportunities

General Education and Career Pathway courses allow juniors and seniors the opportunity to take college courses while still in high school. Students who complete the course will earn college credit and may receive high school credit. 

Students can choose from a variety of college courses which could lead to a college certificate, diploma, degree, or for transfer to another college. Ƶ currently features 13 Career Pathways. For a list of programs visit Career Pathways.

College classes are available online, televised, lecture, lab, or face-to-face instruction either in the high school or at Ƶ locations. 

Ƶ tuition applies to college courses, visit college cost for a list of tuition and fees. Tuition assistance may be available, check with your school counselor. Discounted tuition for all Nebraska high school and home school students is available. For more information visit early college costs.

Steps To Get Started

1. Create an Account

Before enrolling in Early College courses, students will first need to complete an online profile. To start, click .

2. Early College Registration

Students will complete an ‘Early College Registration’ form before enrolling in college courses. Ƶ Community and Workforce Education (CWE) staff or your school counselor can assist with the registration process.

3. Search for Classes

Students can participate at the high school with an approved instructor or at Ƶ campus or center locations. Students need to contact their school counselor for sections offered at their school. We welcome participation from all Nebraska high school and home school students. For class availability visit .

4. Assessment Scores

If a student is taking a MATH, CHEM or PHYS course, they may need to sign a waiver. For details visit Placement Waiver.

5. WebCentral Login

Need help logging in or resetting a password? Visit .

6. Early College Resources

To assist with important details visit Student/Parent Resources.

Contact:

Palmer High School

Career Pathways and General Education Contact:
Asia Trout
Counselor
308-894-3065 (main office)

Ƶ

Karin Rieger
Associate Dean of CWE
402-562-1222

Erica Leffler
Regional Director of CWE
402-562-1458

Jamey Peterson-Jones
Early College Director
308-398-7581

Pleasanton

High school juniors and seniors, who are at least 16 years old, can enroll in college courses through Ƶ.

Early College Opportunities

General Education and Career Pathway courses allow juniors and seniors the opportunity to take college courses while still in high school. Students who complete the course will earn college credit and may receive high school credit. 

Students can choose from a variety of college courses which could lead to a college certificate, diploma, degree, or for transfer to another college. Ƶ currently features 13 Career Pathways. For a list of programs visit Career Pathways.

College classes are available online, televised, lecture, lab, or face-to-face instruction either in the high school or at Ƶ locations. 

Ƶ tuition applies to college courses, visit college cost for a list of tuition and fees. Tuition assistance may be available, check with your school counselor. Discounted tuition for all Nebraska high school and home school students is available. For more information visit early college costs.

Steps To Get Started

1. Create an Account

Before enrolling in Early College courses, students will first need to complete an online profile. To start, click .

2. Early College Registration

Students will complete an ‘Early College Registration’ form before enrolling in college courses. Ƶ Community and Workforce Education (CWE) staff or your school counselor can assist with the registration process.

3. Search for Classes

Students can participate at the high school with an approved instructor or at Ƶ campus or center locations. Students need to contact their school counselor for sections offered at their school. We welcome participation from all Nebraska high school and home school students. For class availability visit .

4. Assessment Scores

If a student is taking a MATH, CHEM or PHYS course, they may need to sign a waiver. For details visit Placement Waiver.

5. WebCentral Login

Need help logging in or resetting a password? Visit .

6. Early College Resources

To assist with important details visit Student/Parent Resources.

Contact:

Pleasanton High School

Career Pathways and General Education Contact:
Beth Wilke
Counselor
308-388-2041 (main office)

Ƶ

Dan Gettinger
Associate Dean of CWE
308-338-4011

Ruth Kirkland
Early College/Health Programming Coordinator
308-338-4036

Jamey Peterson-Jones
Early College Director
308-398-7581

Ravenna

High school juniors and seniors, who are at least 16 years old, can enroll in college courses through Ƶ.

Early College Opportunities

General Education and Career Pathway courses allow juniors and seniors the opportunity to take college courses while still in high school. Students who complete the course will earn college credit and may receive high school credit. 

Students can choose from a variety of college courses which could lead to a college certificate, diploma, degree, or for transfer to another college. Ƶ currently features 13 Career Pathways. For a list of programs visit Career Pathways.

College classes are available online, televised, lecture, lab, or face-to-face instruction either in the high school or at Ƶ locations. 

Ƶ tuition applies to college courses, visit college cost for a list of tuition and fees. Tuition assistance may be available, check with your school counselor. Discounted tuition for all Nebraska high school and home school students is available. For more information visit early college costs.

Steps To Get Started

1. Create an Account

Before enrolling in Early College courses, students will first need to complete an online profile. To start, click .

2. Early College Registration

Students will complete an ‘Early College Registration’ form before enrolling in college courses. Ƶ Community and Workforce Education (CWE) staff or your school counselor can assist with the registration process.

3. Search for Classes

Students can participate at the high school with an approved instructor or at Ƶ campus or center locations. Students need to contact their school counselor for sections offered at their school. We welcome participation from all Nebraska high school and home school students. For class availability visit .

4. Assessment Scores

If a student is taking a MATH, CHEM or PHYS course, they may need to sign a waiver. For details visit Placement Waiver.

5. WebCentral Login

Need help logging in or resetting a password? Visit .

6. Early College Resources

To assist with important details visit Student/Parent Resources.

Contact:

Ravenna High School

Career Pathways and General Education Contact:
Angie Drahota
Counselor
308-452-3249 (main office)

Ƶ

Daniel Gettinger
Associate Dean of CWE
308-338-4011

Ruth Kirkland
Early College/Health Programming Coordinator
308-338-4036

Jamey Peterson-Jones
Early College Director
308-398-7581

Red Cloud

High school juniors and seniors, who are at least 16 years old, can enroll in college courses through Ƶ.

Early College Opportunities

General Education and Career Pathway courses allow juniors and seniors the opportunity to take college courses while still in high school. Students who complete the course will earn college credit and may receive high school credit. 

Students can choose from a variety of college courses which could lead to a college certificate, diploma, degree, or for transfer to another college. Ƶ currently features 13 Career Pathways. For a list of programs visit Career Pathways.

College classes are available online, televised, lecture, lab, or face-to-face instruction either in the high school or at Ƶ locations. 

Ƶ tuition applies to college courses, visit college cost for a list of tuition and fees. Tuition assistance may be available, check with your school counselor. Discounted tuition for all Nebraska high school and home school students is available. For more information visit early college costs.

Steps To Get Started

1. Create an Account

Before enrolling in Early College courses, students will first need to complete an online profile. To start, click .

2. Early College Registration

Students will complete an ‘Early College Registration’ form before enrolling in college courses. Ƶ Community and Workforce Education (CWE) staff or your school counselor can assist with the registration process.

3. Search for Classes

Students can participate at the high school with an approved instructor or at Ƶ campus or center locations. Students need to contact their school counselor for sections offered at their school. We welcome participation from all Nebraska high school and home school students. For class availability visit .

4. Assessment Scores

If a student is taking a MATH, CHEM or PHYS course, they may need to sign a waiver. For details visit Placement Waiver.

5. WebCentral Login

Need help logging in or resetting a password? Visit .

6. Early College Resources

To assist with important details visit Student/Parent Resources.

Contact:

Red Cloud High School

Career Pathways and General Education Contact:
Karla Burgess
Counselor
402-746-2818 (main office)

Ƶ

Jason Davis
Associate Dean of CWE
402-461-2430

Sandy Samuelson
Regional Director of CWE
402-461-2529

Jamey Peterson-Jones
Early College Director
308-398-7581

Riverside Public

High school juniors and seniors, who are at least 16 years old, can enroll in college courses through Ƶ.

Early College Opportunities

General Education and Career Pathway courses allow juniors and seniors the opportunity to take college courses while still in high school. Students who complete the course will earn college credit and may receive high school credit. 

Students can choose from a variety of college courses which could lead to a college certificate, diploma, degree, or for transfer to another college. Ƶ currently features 13 Career Pathways. For a list of programs visit Career Pathways.

College classes are available online, televised, lecture, lab, or face-to-face instruction either in the high school or at Ƶ locations. 

Ƶ tuition applies to college courses, visit college cost for a list of tuition and fees. Tuition assistance may be available, check with your school counselor. Discounted tuition for all Nebraska high school and home school students is available. For more information visit early college costs.

Steps To Get Started

1. Create an Account

Before enrolling in Early College courses, students will first need to complete an online profile. To start, click .

2. Early College Registration

Students will complete an ‘Early College Registration’ form before enrolling in college courses. Ƶ Community and Workforce Education (CWE) staff or your school counselor can assist with the registration process.

3. Search for Classes

Students can participate at the high school with an approved instructor or at Ƶ campus or center locations. Students need to contact their school counselor for sections offered at their school. We welcome participation from all Nebraska high school and home school students. For class availability visit .

4. Assessment Scores

If a student is taking a MATH, CHEM or PHYS course, they may need to sign a waiver. For details visit Placement Waiver.

5. WebCentral Login

Need help logging in or resetting a password? Visit .

6. Early College Resources

To assist with important details visit Student/Parent Resources.

Contact:

Riverside Public High School

Career Pathways and General Education Contact:
Calen Wood
Counselor
308-358-0640 (main office)

Ƶ

Karin Rieger
Associate Dean of CWE
402-562-1222

Erica Leffler
Regional Director of CWE
402-562-1458

Jamey Peterson-Jones
Early College Director
308-398-7581

Saint Cecilia

High school juniors and seniors, who are at least 16 years old, can enroll in college courses through Ƶ.

Early College Opportunities

General Education and Career Pathway courses allow juniors and seniors the opportunity to take college courses while still in high school. Students who complete the course will earn college credit and may receive high school credit. 

Students can choose from a variety of college courses which could lead to a college certificate, diploma, degree, or for transfer to another college. Ƶ currently features 13 Career Pathways. For a list of programs visit Career Pathways.

College classes are available online, televised, lecture, lab, or face-to-face instruction either in the high school or at Ƶ locations. 

Ƶ tuition applies to college courses, visit college cost for a list of tuition and fees. Tuition assistance may be available, check with your school counselor. Discounted tuition for all Nebraska high school and home school students is available. For more information visit early college costs.

Steps To Get Started

1. Create an Account

Before enrolling in Early College courses, students will first need to complete an online profile. To start, click .

2. Early College Registration

Students will complete an ‘Early College Registration’ form before enrolling in college courses. Ƶ Community and Workforce Education (CWE) staff or your school counselor can assist with the registration process.

3. Search for Classes

Students can participate at the high school with an approved instructor or at Ƶ campus or center locations. Students need to contact their school counselor for sections offered at their school. We welcome participation from all Nebraska high school and home school students. For class availability visit .

4. Assessment Scores

If a student is taking a MATH, CHEM or PHYS course, they may need to sign a waiver. For details visit Placement Waiver.

5. WebCentral Login

Need help logging in or resetting a password? Visit .

6. Early College Resources

To assist with important details visit Student/Parent Resources.

Contact:

Saint Cecilia High School

Career Pathways and General Education Contact:
Jalaene Choquette
Counselor
402-462-2105 (main office)

Ƶ

Jason Davis
Associate Dean of CWE
402-461-2430

Sandy Samuelson
Regional Director of CWE
402-461-2529

Jamey Peterson-Jones
Early College Director
308-398-7581

Saint Edward

High school juniors and seniors, who are at least 16 years old, can enroll in college courses through Ƶ.

Early College Opportunities

General Education and Career Pathway courses allow juniors and seniors the opportunity to take college courses while still in high school. Students who complete the course will earn college credit and may receive high school credit. 

Students can choose from a variety of college courses which could lead to a college certificate, diploma, degree, or for transfer to another college. Ƶ currently features 13 Career Pathways. For a list of programs visit Career Pathways.

College classes are available online, televised, lecture, lab, or face-to-face instruction either in the high school or at Ƶ locations. 

Ƶ tuition applies to college courses, visit college cost for a list of tuition and fees. Tuition assistance may be available, check with your school counselor. Discounted tuition for all Nebraska high school and home school students is available. For more information visit early college costs.

Steps To Get Started

1. Create an Account

Before enrolling in Early College courses, students will first need to complete an online profile. To start, click .

2. Early College Registration

Students will complete an ‘Early College Registration’ form before enrolling in college courses. Ƶ Community and Workforce Education (CWE) staff or your school counselor can assist with the registration process.

3. Search for Classes

Students can participate at the high school with an approved instructor or at Ƶ campus or center locations. Students need to contact their school counselor for sections offered at their school. We welcome participation from all Nebraska high school and home school students. For class availability visit .

4. Assessment Scores

If a student is taking a MATH, CHEM or PHYS course, they may need to sign a waiver. For details visit Placement Waiver.

5. WebCentral Login

Need help logging in or resetting a password? Visit .

6. Early College Resources

To assist with important details visit Student/Parent Resources.

Contact:

Saint Edward High School

Career Pathways and General Education Contact:
Jenna Lordeman
Counselor
402-678-2282 (main office)

Ƶ

Karin Rieger
Associate Dean of CWE
402-562-1222

Erica Leffler
Regional Director of CWE
402-562-1458

Jamey Peterson-Jones
Early College Director
308-398-7581

Saint Francis

High school juniors and seniors, who are at least 16 years old, can enroll in college courses through Ƶ.

Early College Opportunities

General Education and Career Pathway courses allow juniors and seniors the opportunity to take college courses while still in high school. Students who complete the course will earn college credit and may receive high school credit. 

Students can choose from a variety of college courses which could lead to a college certificate, diploma, degree, or for transfer to another college. Ƶ currently features 13 Career Pathways. For a list of programs visit Career Pathways.

College classes are available online, televised, lecture, lab, or face-to-face instruction either in the high school or at Ƶ locations. 

Ƶ tuition applies to college courses, visit college cost for a list of tuition and fees. Tuition assistance may be available, check with your school counselor. Discounted tuition for all Nebraska high school and home school students is available. For more information visit early college costs.

Steps To Get Started

1. Create an Account

Before enrolling in Early College courses, students will first need to complete an online profile. To start, click .

2. Early College Registration

Students will complete an ‘Early College Registration’ form before enrolling in college courses. Ƶ Community and Workforce Education (CWE) staff or your school counselor can assist with the registration process.

3. Search for Classes

Students can participate at the high school with an approved instructor or at Ƶ campus or center locations. Students need to contact their school counselor for sections offered at their school. We welcome participation from all Nebraska high school and home school students. For class availability visit .

4. Assessment Scores

If a student is taking a MATH, CHEM or PHYS course, they may need to sign a waiver. For details visit Placement Waiver.

5. WebCentral Login

Need help logging in or resetting a password? Visit .

6. Early College Resources

To assist with important details visit Student/Parent Resources.

Contact:

Saint Francis High School

Career Pathways and General Education Contact:
Melissa (Missy) Braun
Counselor
402-230-0818 (main office)

Ƶ

Erica Leffler
Regional Director of CWE
402-562-1458

Karin Rieger
Associate Dean of CWE
402-562-1222

Jamey Peterson-Jones
Early College Director
308-398-7581

Saint Paul

High school juniors and seniors, who are at least 16 years old, can enroll in college courses through Ƶ.

Early College Opportunities

General Education and Career Pathway courses allow juniors and seniors the opportunity to take college courses while still in high school. Students who complete the course will earn college credit and may receive high school credit. 

Students can choose from a variety of college courses which could lead to a college certificate, diploma, degree, or for transfer to another college. Ƶ currently features 13 Career Pathways. For a list of programs visit Career Pathways.

College classes are available online, televised, lecture, lab, or face-to-face instruction either in the high school or at Ƶ locations. 

Ƶ tuition applies to college courses, visit college cost for a list of tuition and fees. Tuition assistance may be available, check with your school counselor. Discounted tuition for all Nebraska high school and home school students is available. For more information visit early college costs.

Steps To Get Started

1. Create an Account

Before enrolling in Early College courses, students will first need to complete an online profile. To start, click .

2. Early College Registration

Students will complete an ‘Early College Registration’ form before enrolling in college courses. Ƶ Community and Workforce Education (CWE) staff or your school counselor can assist with the registration process.

3. Search for Classes

Students can participate at the high school with an approved instructor or at Ƶ campus or center locations. Students need to contact their school counselor for sections offered at their school. We welcome participation from all Nebraska high school and home school students. For class availability visit .

4. Assessment Scores

If a student is taking a MATH, CHEM or PHYS course, they may need to sign a waiver. For details visit Placement Waiver.

5. WebCentral Login

Need help logging in or resetting a password? Visit .

6. Early College Resources

To assist with important details visit Student/Parent Resources.

Contact:

Saint Paul High School

Career Pathways and General Education Contact:
Jamie Camden
Counselor
308-754-4433 (main office)

Ƶ

Jerry Dunn
Regional Director of CWE
308-398-7447

Jamey Peterson-Jones
Early College Director
308-398-7581

Sandy Creek

High school juniors and seniors, who are at least 16 years old, can enroll in college courses through Ƶ.

Early College Opportunities

General Education and Career Pathway courses allow juniors and seniors the opportunity to take college courses while still in high school. Students who complete the course will earn college credit and may receive high school credit. 

Students can choose from a variety of college courses which could lead to a college certificate, diploma, degree, or for transfer to another college. Ƶ currently features 13 Career Pathways. For a list of programs visit Career Pathways.

College classes are available online, televised, lecture, lab, or face-to-face instruction either in the high school or at Ƶ locations. 

Ƶ tuition applies to college courses, visit college cost for a list of tuition and fees. Tuition assistance may be available, check with your school counselor. Discounted tuition for all Nebraska high school and home school students is available. For more information visit early college costs.

Steps To Get Started

1. Create an Account

Before enrolling in Early College courses, students will first need to complete an online profile. To start, click .

2. Early College Registration

Students will complete an ‘Early College Registration’ form before enrolling in college courses. Ƶ Community and Workforce Education (CWE) staff or your school counselor can assist with the registration process.

3. Search for Classes

Students can participate at the high school with an approved instructor or at Ƶ campus or center locations. Students need to contact their school counselor for sections offered at their school. We welcome participation from all Nebraska high school and home school students. For class availability visit .

4. Assessment Scores

If a student is taking a MATH, CHEM or PHYS course, they may need to sign a waiver. For details visit Placement Waiver.

5. WebCentral Login

Need help logging in or resetting a password? Visit .

6. Early College Resources

To assist with important details visit Student/Parent Resources.

Contact:

Sandy Creek High School

Career Pathways and General Education Contact:
Alicia Alonzo
Counselor
402-726-2151 (main office)

Ƶ

Jason Davis
Associate Dean of CWE
402-461-2430

Sandy Samuelson
Regional Director of CWE
402-461-2529

Jamey Peterson-Jones
Early College Director
308-398-7581

Schuyler

High school juniors and seniors, who are at least 16 years old, can enroll in college courses through Ƶ.

Early College Opportunities

General Education and Career Pathway courses allow juniors and seniors the opportunity to take college courses while still in high school. Students who complete the course will earn college credit and may receive high school credit. 

Students can choose from a variety of college courses which could lead to a college certificate, diploma, degree, or for transfer to another college. Ƶ currently features 13 Career Pathways. For a list of programs visit Career Pathways.

College classes are available online, televised, lecture, lab, or face-to-face instruction either in the high school or at Ƶ locations. 

Ƶ tuition applies to college courses, visit college cost for a list of tuition and fees. Tuition assistance may be available, check with your school counselor. Discounted tuition for all Nebraska high school and home school students is available. For more information visit early college costs.

Steps To Get Started

1. Create an Account

Before enrolling in Early College courses, students will first need to complete an online profile. To start, click .

2. Early College Registration

Students will complete an ‘Early College Registration’ form before enrolling in college courses. Ƶ Community and Workforce Education (CWE) staff or your school counselor can assist with the registration process.

3. Search for Classes

Students can participate at the high school with an approved instructor or at Ƶ campus or center locations. Students need to contact their school counselor for sections offered at their school. We welcome participation from all Nebraska high school and home school students. For class availability visit .

4. Assessment Scores

If a student is taking a MATH, CHEM or PHYS course, they may need to sign a waiver. For details visit Placement Waiver.

5. WebCentral Login

Need help logging in or resetting a password? Visit .

6. Early College Resources

To assist with important details visit Student/Parent Resources.

Contact:

Schuyler High School

Career Pathways and General Education Contact:
Katie Bertrand
Counselor
402-352-2421 (main office)

Ƶ

Karin Rieger
Associate Dean of CWE
402-562-1222

Erica Leffler
Regional Director of CWE
402-562-1458

Jamey Peterson-Jones
Early College Director
308-398-7581

Scotus Central Catholic

High school juniors and seniors, who are at least 16 years old, can enroll in college courses through Ƶ.

Early College Opportunities

General Education and Career Pathway courses allow juniors and seniors the opportunity to take college courses while still in high school. Students who complete the course will earn college credit and may receive high school credit. 

Students can choose from a variety of college courses which could lead to a college certificate, diploma, degree, or for transfer to another college. Ƶ currently features 13 Career Pathways. For a list of programs visit Career Pathways.

College classes are available online, televised, lecture, lab, or face-to-face instruction either in the high school or at Ƶ locations. 

Ƶ tuition applies to college courses, visit college cost for a list of tuition and fees. Tuition assistance may be available, check with your school counselor. Discounted tuition for all Nebraska high school and home school students is available. For more information visit early college costs.

Steps To Get Started

1. Create an Account

Before enrolling in Early College courses, students will first need to complete an online profile. To start, click .

2. Early College Registration

Students will complete an ‘Early College Registration’ form before enrolling in college courses. Ƶ Community and Workforce Education (CWE) staff or your school counselor can assist with the registration process.

3. Search for Classes

Students can participate at the high school with an approved instructor or at Ƶ campus or center locations. Students need to contact their school counselor for sections offered at their school. We welcome participation from all Nebraska high school and home school students. For class availability visit .

4. Assessment Scores

If a student is taking a MATH, CHEM or PHYS course, they may need to sign a waiver. For details visit Placement Waiver.

5. WebCentral Login

Need help logging in or resetting a password? Visit .

6. Early College Resources

To assist with important details visit Student/Parent Resources.

Contact:

Scotus Central Catholic High School

Career Pathways and General Education Contact:
Jill Brichacek
Counselor
402-564-7165 (main office)

Ƶ

Karin Rieger
Associate Dean of CWE
402-562-1222

Erica Leffler
Regional Director of CWE
402-562-1458

Jamey Peterson-Jones
Early College Director
308-398-7581

Shelby-Rising

High school juniors and seniors, who are at least 16 years old, can enroll in college courses through Ƶ.

Early College Opportunities

General Education and Career Pathway courses allow juniors and seniors the opportunity to take college courses while still in high school. Students who complete the course will earn college credit and may receive high school credit. 

Students can choose from a variety of college courses which could lead to a college certificate, diploma, degree, or for transfer to another college. Ƶ currently features 13 Career Pathways. For a list of programs visit Career Pathways.

College classes are available online, televised, lecture, lab, or face-to-face instruction either in the high school or at Ƶ locations. 

Ƶ tuition applies to college courses, visit college cost for a list of tuition and fees. Tuition assistance may be available, check with your school counselor. Discounted tuition for all Nebraska high school and home school students is available. For more information visit early college costs.

Steps To Get Started

1. Create an Account

Before enrolling in Early College courses, students will first need to complete an online profile. To start, click .

2. Early College Registration

Students will complete an ‘Early College Registration’ form before enrolling in college courses. Ƶ Community and Workforce Education (CWE) staff or your school counselor can assist with the registration process.

3. Search for Classes

Students can participate at the high school with an approved instructor or at Ƶ campus or center locations. Students need to contact their school counselor for sections offered at their school. We welcome participation from all Nebraska high school and home school students. For class availability visit .

4. Assessment Scores

If a student is taking a MATH, CHEM or PHYS course, they may need to sign a waiver. For details visit Placement Waiver.

5. WebCentral Login

Need help logging in or resetting a password? Visit .

6. Early College Resources

To assist with important details visit Student/Parent Resources.

Contact:

Shelby-Rising High School

Career Pathways and General Education Contact:
Jon Recker
Counselor
402-527-5946 (main office)

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Karin Rieger
Associate Dean of CWE
402-562-1222

Erica Leffler
Regional Director of CWE
402-562-1458

Jamey Peterson-Jones
Early College Director
308-398-7581

Shelton

High school juniors and seniors, who are at least 16 years old, can enroll in college courses through Ƶ.

Early College Opportunities

General Education and Career Pathway courses allow juniors and seniors the opportunity to take college courses while still in high school. Students who complete the course will earn college credit and may receive high school credit. 

Students can choose from a variety of college courses which could lead to a college certificate, diploma, degree, or for transfer to another college. Ƶ currently features 13 Career Pathways. For a list of programs visit Career Pathways.

College classes are available online, televised, lecture, lab, or face-to-face instruction either in the high school or at Ƶ locations. 

Ƶ tuition applies to college courses, visit college cost for a list of tuition and fees. Tuition assistance may be available, check with your school counselor. Discounted tuition for all Nebraska high school and home school students is available. For more information visit early college costs.

Steps To Get Started

1. Create an Account

Before enrolling in Early College courses, students will first need to complete an online profile. To start, click .

2. Early College Registration

Students will complete an ‘Early College Registration’ form before enrolling in college courses. Ƶ Community and Workforce Education (CWE) staff or your school counselor can assist with the registration process.

3. Search for Classes

Students can participate at the high school with an approved instructor or at Ƶ campus or center locations. Students need to contact their school counselor for sections offered at their school. We welcome participation from all Nebraska high school and home school students. For class availability visit .

4. Assessment Scores

If a student is taking a MATH, CHEM or PHYS course, they may need to sign a waiver. For details visit Placement Waiver.

5. WebCentral Login

Need help logging in or resetting a password? Visit .

6. Early College Resources

To assist with important details visit Student/Parent Resources.

Contact:

Shelton High School

Career Pathways and General Education Contact:
Stephanie Flint
Counselor
308-647-5459 (main office)

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Daniel Gettinger
Associate Dean of CWE
308-338-4011

Ruth Kirkland
Early College/Health Programming Coordinator
308-338-4036

Jamey Peterson-Jones
Early College Director
308-398-7581

Silver Lake

High school juniors and seniors, who are at least 16 years old, can enroll in college courses through Ƶ.

Early College Opportunities

General Education and Career Pathway courses allow juniors and seniors the opportunity to take college courses while still in high school. Students who complete the course will earn college credit and may receive high school credit. 

Students can choose from a variety of college courses which could lead to a college certificate, diploma, degree, or for transfer to another college. Ƶ currently features 13 Career Pathways. For a list of programs visit Career Pathways.

College classes are available online, televised, lecture, lab, or face-to-face instruction either in the high school or at Ƶ locations. 

Ƶ tuition applies to college courses, visit college cost for a list of tuition and fees. Tuition assistance may be available, check with your school counselor. Discounted tuition for all Nebraska high school and home school students is available. For more information visit early college costs.

Steps To Get Started

1. Create an Account

Before enrolling in Early College courses, students will first need to complete an online profile. To start, click .

2. Early College Registration

Students will complete an ‘Early College Registration’ form before enrolling in college courses. Ƶ Community and Workforce Education (CWE) staff or your school counselor can assist with the registration process.

3. Search for Classes

Students can participate at the high school with an approved instructor or at Ƶ campus or center locations. Students need to contact their school counselor for sections offered at their school. We welcome participation from all Nebraska high school and home school students. For class availability visit .

4. Assessment Scores

If a student is taking a MATH, CHEM or PHYS course, they may need to sign a waiver. For details visit Placement Waiver.

5. WebCentral Login

Need help logging in or resetting a password? Visit .

6. Early College Resources

To assist with important details visit Student/Parent Resources.

Contact:

Silver Lake High School

Career Pathways and General Education Contact:
Chris Sluka
Counselor
402-756-6611 (main office)

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Jason Davis
Associate Dean of CWE
402-461-2430

Sandy Samuelson
Regional Director of CWE
402-461-2529

Jamey Peterson-Jones
Early College Director
308-398-7581

Southern Valley

High school juniors and seniors, who are at least 16 years old, can enroll in college courses through Ƶ.

Early College Opportunities

General Education and Career Pathway courses allow juniors and seniors the opportunity to take college courses while still in high school. Students who complete the course will earn college credit and may receive high school credit. 

Students can choose from a variety of college courses which could lead to a college certificate, diploma, degree, or for transfer to another college. Ƶ currently features 13 Career Pathways. For a list of programs visit Career Pathways.

College classes are available online, televised, lecture, lab, or face-to-face instruction either in the high school or at Ƶ locations. 

Ƶ tuition applies to college courses, visit college cost for a list of tuition and fees. Tuition assistance may be available, check with your school counselor. Discounted tuition for all Nebraska high school and home school students is available. For more information visit early college costs.

Steps To Get Started

1. Create an Account

Before enrolling in Early College courses, students will first need to complete an online profile. To start, click .

2. Early College Registration

Students will complete an ‘Early College Registration’ form before enrolling in college courses. Ƶ Community and Workforce Education (CWE) staff or your school counselor can assist with the registration process.

3. Search for Classes

Students can participate at the high school with an approved instructor or at Ƶ campus or center locations. Students need to contact their school counselor for sections offered at their school. We welcome participation from all Nebraska high school and home school students. For class availability visit .

4. Assessment Scores

If a student is taking a MATH, CHEM or PHYS course, they may need to sign a waiver. For details visit Placement Waiver.

5. WebCentral Login

Need help logging in or resetting a password? Visit .

6. Early College Resources

To assist with important details visit Student/Parent Resources.

Contact:

Southern Valley High School

Career Pathways and General Education Contact:
Melinda Hunt
Counselor
308-868-2222 (main office)

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Diana Watson
Regional Director / International Studies Coordinator
308-338-4070

Jamey Peterson-Jones
Early College Director
308-398-7581

Spalding Academy

High school juniors and seniors, who are at least 16 years old, can enroll in college courses through Ƶ.

Early College Opportunities

General Education and Career Pathway courses allow juniors and seniors the opportunity to take college courses while still in high school. Students who complete the course will earn college credit and may receive high school credit. 

Students can choose from a variety of college courses which could lead to a college certificate, diploma, degree, or for transfer to another college. Ƶ currently features 13 Career Pathways. For a list of programs visit Career Pathways.

College classes are available online, televised, lecture, lab, or face-to-face instruction either in the high school or at Ƶ locations. 

Ƶ tuition applies to college courses, visit college cost for a list of tuition and fees. Tuition assistance may be available, check with your school counselor. Discounted tuition for all Nebraska high school and home school students is available. For more information visit early college costs.

Steps To Get Started

1. Create an Account

Before enrolling in Early College courses, students will first need to complete an online profile. To start, click .

2. Early College Registration

Students will complete an ‘Early College Registration’ form before enrolling in college courses. Ƶ Community and Workforce Education (CWE) staff or your school counselor can assist with the registration process.

3. Search for Classes

Students can participate at the high school with an approved instructor or at Ƶ campus or center locations. Students need to contact their school counselor for sections offered at their school. We welcome participation from all Nebraska high school and home school students. For class availability visit .

4. Assessment Scores

If a student is taking a MATH, CHEM or PHYS course, they may need to sign a waiver. For details visit Placement Waiver.

5. WebCentral Login

Need help logging in or resetting a password? Visit .

6. Early College Resources

To assist with important details visit Student/Parent Resources.

Contact:

Spalding Academy

Career Pathways and General Education Contact:
Maggie Smith
Counselor
308-497-2103 (main office)

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Karin Rieger
Associate Dean of CWE
402-562-1222

Crystal Ramm
Regional Director of CWE
308-728-3299

Jamey Peterson-Jones
Early College Director
308-398-7581

Sumner-Eddyville-Miller

High school juniors and seniors, who are at least 16 years old, can enroll in college courses through Ƶ.

Early College Opportunities

General Education and Career Pathway courses allow juniors and seniors the opportunity to take college courses while still in high school. Students who complete the course will earn college credit and may receive high school credit. 

Students can choose from a variety of college courses which could lead to a college certificate, diploma, degree, or for transfer to another college. Ƶ currently features 13 Career Pathways. For a list of programs visit Career Pathways.

College classes are available online, televised, lecture, lab, or face-to-face instruction either in the high school or at Ƶ locations. 

Ƶ tuition applies to college courses, visit college cost for a list of tuition and fees. Tuition assistance may be available, check with your school counselor. Discounted tuition for all Nebraska high school and home school students is available. For more information visit early college costs.

Steps To Get Started

1. Create an Account

Before enrolling in Early College courses, students will first need to complete an online profile. To start, click .

2. Early College Registration

Students will complete an ‘Early College Registration’ form before enrolling in college courses. Ƶ Community and Workforce Education (CWE) staff or your school counselor can assist with the registration process.

3. Search for Classes

Students can participate at the high school with an approved instructor or at Ƶ campus or center locations. Students need to contact their school counselor for sections offered at their school. We welcome participation from all Nebraska high school and home school students. For class availability visit .

4. Assessment Scores

If a student is taking a MATH, CHEM or PHYS course, they may need to sign a waiver. For details visit Placement Waiver.

5. WebCentral Login

Need help logging in or resetting a password? Visit .

6. Early College Resources

To assist with important details visit Student/Parent Resources.

Contact:

Sumner-Eddyville-Miller High School

Career Pathways and General Education Contact:
Katie Hothem
Counselor
308-752-2925 (main office)

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Amy Hill
Regional Director of CWE
308-338-4080

Jamey Peterson-Jones
Early College Director
308-398-7581

Superior

High school juniors and seniors, who are at least 16 years old, can enroll in college courses through Ƶ.

Early College Opportunities

General Education and Career Pathway courses allow juniors and seniors the opportunity to take college courses while still in high school. Students who complete the course will earn college credit and may receive high school credit. 

Students can choose from a variety of college courses which could lead to a college certificate, diploma, degree, or for transfer to another college. Ƶ currently features 13 Career Pathways. For a list of programs visit Career Pathways.

College classes are available online, televised, lecture, lab, or face-to-face instruction either in the high school or at Ƶ locations. 

Ƶ tuition applies to college courses, visit college cost for a list of tuition and fees. Tuition assistance may be available, check with your school counselor. Discounted tuition for all Nebraska high school and home school students is available. For more information visit early college costs.

Steps To Get Started

1. Create an Account

Before enrolling in Early College courses, students will first need to complete an online profile. To start, click .

2. Early College Registration

Students will complete an ‘Early College Registration’ form before enrolling in college courses. Ƶ Community and Workforce Education (CWE) staff or your school counselor can assist with the registration process.

3. Search for Classes

Students can participate at the high school with an approved instructor or at Ƶ campus or center locations. Students need to contact their school counselor for sections offered at their school. We welcome participation from all Nebraska high school and home school students. For class availability visit .

4. Assessment Scores

If a student is taking a MATH, CHEM or PHYS course, they may need to sign a waiver. For details visit Placement Waiver.

5. WebCentral Login

Need help logging in or resetting a password? Visit .

6. Early College Resources

To assist with important details visit Student/Parent Resources.

Contact:

Superior High School

Career Pathways and General Education Contact:
Aurdrey Parks
Counselor
402-879-3257 (main office)

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Jason Davis
Associate Dean of CWE
402-461-2430

Sandy Samuelson
Regional Director of CWE
402-461-2529

Jamey Peterson-Jones
Early College Director
308-398-7581

Sutton

High school juniors and seniors, who are at least 16 years old, can enroll in college courses through Ƶ.

Early College Opportunities

General Education and Career Pathway courses allow juniors and seniors the opportunity to take college courses while still in high school. Students who complete the course will earn college credit and may receive high school credit. 

Students can choose from a variety of college courses which could lead to a college certificate, diploma, degree, or for transfer to another college. Ƶ currently features 13 Career Pathways. For a list of programs visit Career Pathways.

College classes are available online, televised, lecture, lab, or face-to-face instruction either in the high school or at Ƶ locations. 

Ƶ tuition applies to college courses, visit college cost for a list of tuition and fees. Tuition assistance may be available, check with your school counselor. Discounted tuition for all Nebraska high school and home school students is available. For more information visit early college costs.

Steps To Get Started

1. Create an Account

Before enrolling in Early College courses, students will first need to complete an online profile. To start, click .

2. Early College Registration

Students will complete an ‘Early College Registration’ form before enrolling in college courses. Ƶ Community and Workforce Education (CWE) staff or your school counselor can assist with the registration process.

3. Search for Classes

Students can participate at the high school with an approved instructor or at Ƶ campus or center locations. Students need to contact their school counselor for sections offered at their school. We welcome participation from all Nebraska high school and home school students. For class availability visit .

4. Assessment Scores

If a student is taking a MATH, CHEM or PHYS course, they may need to sign a waiver. For details visit Placement Waiver.

5. WebCentral Login

Need help logging in or resetting a password? Visit .

6. Early College Resources

To assist with important details visit Student/Parent Resources.

Contact:

Sutton High School

Career Pathways and General Education Contact:
Monica Noel
Counselor
402-773-4303 (main office)

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Jason Davis
Associate Dean of CWE
402-461-2430

Sandy Samuelson
Regional Director of CWE
402-461-2529

Jamey Peterson-Jones
Early College Director
308-398-7581

Twin River

High school juniors and seniors, who are at least 16 years old, can enroll in college courses through Ƶ.

Early College Opportunities

General Education and Career Pathway courses allow juniors and seniors the opportunity to take college courses while still in high school. Students who complete the course will earn college credit and may receive high school credit. 

Students can choose from a variety of college courses which could lead to a college certificate, diploma, degree, or for transfer to another college. Ƶ currently features 13 Career Pathways. For a list of programs visit Career Pathways.

College classes are available online, televised, lecture, lab, or face-to-face instruction either in the high school or at Ƶ locations. 

Ƶ tuition applies to college courses, visit college cost for a list of tuition and fees. Tuition assistance may be available, check with your school counselor. Discounted tuition for all Nebraska high school and home school students is available. For more information visit early college costs.

Steps To Get Started

1. Create an Account

Before enrolling in Early College courses, students will first need to complete an online profile. To start, click .

2. Early College Registration

Students will complete an ‘Early College Registration’ form before enrolling in college courses. Ƶ Community and Workforce Education (CWE) staff or your school counselor can assist with the registration process.

3. Search for Classes

Students can participate at the high school with an approved instructor or at Ƶ campus or center locations. Students need to contact their school counselor for sections offered at their school. We welcome participation from all Nebraska high school and home school students. For class availability visit .

4. Assessment Scores

If a student is taking a MATH, CHEM or PHYS course, they may need to sign a waiver. For details visit Placement Waiver.

5. WebCentral Login

Need help logging in or resetting a password? Visit .

6. Early College Resources

To assist with important details visit Student/Parent Resources.

Contact:

Twin River High School

Career Pathways and General Education Contact:
Dan Koziol
Counselor
402-993-2274 (main office)

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Karin Rieger
Associate Dean of CWE
402-562-1222

Erica Leffler
Regional Director of CWE
402-562-1458

Jamey Peterson-Jones
Early College Director
308-398-7581

Wilcox-Hildreth

High school juniors and seniors, who are at least 16 years old, can enroll in college courses through Ƶ.

Early College Opportunities

General Education and Career Pathway courses allow juniors and seniors the opportunity to take college courses while still in high school. Students who complete the course will earn college credit and may receive high school credit. 

Students can choose from a variety of college courses which could lead to a college certificate, diploma, degree, or for transfer to another college. Ƶ currently features 13 Career Pathways. For a list of programs visit Career Pathways.

College classes are available online, televised, lecture, lab, or face-to-face instruction either in the high school or at Ƶ locations. 

Ƶ tuition applies to college courses, visit college cost for a list of tuition and fees. Tuition assistance may be available, check with your school counselor. Discounted tuition for all Nebraska high school and home school students is available. For more information visit early college costs.

Steps To Get Started

1. Create an Account

Before enrolling in Early College courses, students will first need to complete an online profile. To start, click .

2. Early College Registration

Students will complete an ‘Early College Registration’ form before enrolling in college courses. Ƶ Community and Workforce Education (CWE) staff or your school counselor can assist with the registration process.

3. Search for Classes

Students can participate at the high school with an approved instructor or at Ƶ campus or center locations. Students need to contact their school counselor for sections offered at their school. We welcome participation from all Nebraska high school and home school students. For class availability visit .

4. Assessment Scores

If a student is taking a MATH, CHEM or PHYS course, they may need to sign a waiver. For details visit Placement Waiver.

5. WebCentral Login

Need help logging in or resetting a password? Visit .

6. Early College Resources

To assist with important details visit Student/Parent Resources.

Contact:

Wilcox-Hildreth High School

Career Pathways and General Education Contact:
Hana Mach
Counselor

Mary Martin
Teacher
308-478-5265 (main office)

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Diana Watson
Regional Director / International Studies Coordinator
308-338-4070

Jamey Peterson-Jones
Early College Director
308-398-7581

Wood River

High school juniors and seniors, who are at least 16 years old, can enroll in college courses through Ƶ.

Early College Opportunities

General Education and Career Pathway courses allow juniors and seniors the opportunity to take college courses while still in high school. Students who complete the course will earn college credit and may receive high school credit. 

Students can choose from a variety of college courses which could lead to a college certificate, diploma, degree, or for transfer to another college. Ƶ currently features 13 Career Pathways. For a list of programs visit Career Pathways.

College classes are available online, televised, lecture, lab, or face-to-face instruction either in the high school or at Ƶ locations. 

Ƶ tuition applies to college courses, visit college cost for a list of tuition and fees. Tuition assistance may be available, check with your school counselor. Discounted tuition for all Nebraska high school and home school students is available. For more information visit early college costs.

Steps To Get Started

1. Create an Account

Before enrolling in Early College courses, students will first need to complete an online profile. To start, click .

2. Early College Registration

Students will complete an ‘Early College Registration’ form before enrolling in college courses. Ƶ Community and Workforce Education (CWE) staff or your school counselor can assist with the registration process.

3. Search for Classes

Students can participate at the high school with an approved instructor or at Ƶ campus or center locations. Students need to contact their school counselor for sections offered at their school. We welcome participation from all Nebraska high school and home school students. For class availability visit .

4. Assessment Scores

If a student is taking a MATH, CHEM or PHYS course, they may need to sign a waiver. For details visit Placement Waiver.

5. WebCentral Login

Need help logging in or resetting a password? Visit .

6. Early College Resources

To assist with important details visit Student/Parent Resources.

Contact:

Wood River High School

Career Pathways and General Education Contact:
Tori Strode
Counselor
308-583-2249 (main office)

Ƶ

Jerry Dunn
Regional Director of CWE
308-398-7447

Jamey Peterson-Jones
Early College Director
308-398-7581